Online Modules explore Facing History and Ourselves content and themes in an interactive experience for educators and students.
Be The Change
This website explores the stories of five extraordinary upstanders who have made a positive difference. Students connect with a growing global network of peers who care about creating a more just world.
The Weimar Republic: The Fragility of Democracy
The history of the Weimar Republic (1919-1933) illuminates one of the most creative and crucial periods of the twentieth century and serves as a significant case study of the critical issues of our own time.
|Bullying: A Case Study in Ostracism.|
This module explores issues of bullying and ostracism by looking at a particular incident that occurred at a middle school, primarily involving a group of girls. What started as a small event quickly turned into a serious situation.
Choosing To Participate
Explore the relationship between the individual and society, to think about how we connect with others, and to relate the past to the present. This exhibition introduces you to three stories about citizenship in a democracy.
Memory, History and Memorials
What happens when individuals, communities, and nations choose to create memorials and monuments in response to a personal or collective tragedy?
Transitional Justice: Reconstructing Self and Society
This module explores some of the issues and challenges societies face as they attempt to heal, repair and rebuild after genocide or other instances of mass violence. The module is still in progress.
This online museum serves as a teaching companion to the Becoming American: The Chinese Experience documentary and study guide. The module contains student conversations and art work exchanges from 13 Facing History classrooms across the United States. Students explore themes of identity, membership, and democracy.
| Race and Membership|
This module explores many of the questions raised in Facing History resource book: Race and Membership in American History: The Eugenics Movement. *You must be logged in to the Network to access this module.