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Implementation of Indiana's resolution on Holocaust education by selected Language Arts and Social Studies teachers in middle schools/junior high and high schools / by Evelyn R. Holt.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.33 .H658 2001

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    Although it has been over fifty years since the world learned of the horrors committed by the Nazis against those considered “undesirable”, many attitudes that fostered the “Holocaust” are still with us. Prejudice and discrimination are a part of the social fabric of our lives. This study examined how teachers in Indiana implemented the 1995 Indiana Concurrent resolution on teaching about the Holocaust, specifically in middle schools/junior high and high schools. Selected teachers were those currently in reading/language arts and social studies from grades 6–12, since these grades and subject areas are where Holocaust study typically occurs. A survey was distributed to 254 teachers of reading/language arts and social studies throughout the state with 92 teachers responding from 45 of Indiana's 92 counties. Both quantitative and qualitative data were collected. Major findings were that: (1) 80 percent of respondents were unfamiliar with the resolution regarding teaching about the Holocaust but many were incorporating Holocaust education into the classrooms; (2) most respondents felt comfortable with their background knowledge for teaching about the Holocaust but reported most knowledge was gained through self-study; (3) teachers used a variety of resources and strategies for teaching about the Holocaust; (4) most teachers considered the Holocaust an important subject for their students and felt the topic could be used in various age-appropriate settings; and (5) many teachers stressed the concerns about communication of legislative actions to the classroom teacher and proper funding for implementation of state legislated expectations. Included in the appendices are an annotated bibliography for Holocaust study and a timeline of the Holocaust from the National Council for the Social Studies.
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    Book
    Author/Creator
    Otten, Evelyn Holt.
    Published
    2001
    Locale
    Indiana
    Notes
    Thesis (Ph. D.)--Indiana State University, 2001.
    Includes bibliographical references (p. 88-94).
    Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI Dissertation Services, 2002. 23 cm.
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    English
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    Electronic version(s) available internally at USHMM.
    Physical Description
    ix, 142 p.

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