Northeast Ohio Immigration & History
What was life like for Cleveland youth before iPads and cell phones? Hands-on activities, photographs, and recounted stories encourage young learners to distinguish between past, present, and future while exploring how children's lives have changed in a century.
Students meet the early pioneers who worked seven days a week to survive and are introduced to the concept of working as a team on a large scale. Engaging in discussion and analysis of maps, texts, and pictures, they discover why and how immigrant Jews valued civic leadership and helped people within and outside of their community.
A people with no home, rejected across the globe for religious beliefs, find hope in a land they can make their own. In 1948, when Israel was declared the first Jewish state, it gave the Jewish people an opportunity to create a home for themselves and their children – what would come of this land, the people, and a culture?
Take a look back and imagine what’s ahead during this world premiere exhibition that combines milestone moments, historic images, interactive media, and film to explore Israel: Then & Now.
Jewish Faith & Tradition
As the seasons turn, Jewish tradition offers many rich and wonderful holidays and remembrances. Through storytelling, ritual objects, art, and song, students learn about Jewish holiday rituals and traditions, exploring firsthand the beauty of this faith and culture.
Whether it's as a culture, a religious identification, or an ethnicity, no one way of understanding Judaism is more correct than another. Discover the diversity and richness of Judaism through discussion and the examination of artwork, relics, customs, and practices.
GRADE 6 OVA, RESPONDING/REFLECTING; GRADE 5 OSS REGIONS AND PEOPLE OF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE: HUMAN SYSTEMS CS10