schindler's list 25th anniversary
  • About the Re-Release
  • Student Screening
  • Education Partnerships

Educational Tools for Students to Become Stronger Than Hate
From USC Shoah Foundation:
Clips
  • Alexander White
  • Helena Jonas Rosenzweig
  • Leon Leyson
  • Moshe Taube
  • Rena Finder
  • Celina Biniaz

  • From Facing History and Ourselves:


    Study Guide (coming soon)

    About the Re-Release

    One person can make a difference and that person is you! This theme is at the heart of Schindler’s List and the Stronger Than Hate initiative from USC Shoah Foundation.

    Discover flexible teaching tools here on IWitness from Schindler’s List education partners designed to accompany student screenings of the film. Check back regularly for new resources and updates.

    On December 4th and 5th, Comcast Universal will sponsor exclusive free educational screenings of Schindler’s List for high school students at select theaters in major markets to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the film’s release.

    High school teachers and administrators are invited to click the button below to register your interest in having your students attend a free educational screening.

    USC Shoah Foundation, with its Stronger Than Hate initiative and award-winning IWitness website, offers multimedia learning opportunities based on the personal accounts of witnesses to genocide, including Holocaust survivors who were saved by Oskar Schindler.

    Facing History and Ourselves helps students learn about hatred and bigotry so they can stop them from happening in the future. They will offer a digital Schindler’s List study guide and other multimedia resources, along with online and in-person professional learning opportunities, to support educators using the film in the classroom. You can find more information and sign up to get email alerts about the guide release and professional development events here.

    Echoes & Reflections, a partnership between ADL, USC Shoah Foundation, and Yad Vashem, is dedicated to reshaping the way that teachers and students understand, process, and navigate the world through the events of the Holocaust. The Holocaust is more than a historical event; it’s part of the larger human story. Educating students about its significance is a great responsibility. We partner with educators to help them introduce students to the complex themes of the Holocaust and to understand its lasting effect on the world.

    Discovery Education is the leading provider of digital content and professional development for K-12 classrooms with services that are available in approximately half of U.S. classrooms, 50 percent of all primary schools in the UK, and more than 50 countries around the globe