Holocaust Genocide Project
HGP, originating at Cold Spring Harbor High School, Long Island, New
York in 1992, will be celebrating its 10th anniversary this year!
We hope to have a special celebration and that all participants will
take part! The HGP, an independent, interdisciplinary project, encompassing
history, current events, language arts, fine art, foreign languages,
and critical thinking, enables students, on a global level, to dialogue
with their peers, share ideas, conduct research, do common reading
of books together online, and access professional authorities and
data bases about information as it pertains to the Holocaust of World
War II, other genocides, and current events. Students and teachers
are welcome and encouraged to use the project's WWW site: http://www.iearn.org/hgp
as they research history, literature, art, music, memorial sites,
museums, archives, and survivors' testimonies.
Facilitated by: Honey Kern, project coordinator,
USA. Gideon Goldstein, project mentor, Israel.
up, although elementary school students have also participated in
the study of conflict resolution and written student book reviews
Participants have created a webpage of their work: http://www.iearn.org/hgp
For more information about participating in this or other iEARN projects,
write to firstname.lastname@example.org.