How to Teach the Holocaust to Middle School Student: Increasing Empathy Through Multisensory Education
By: Rhonda Dawn Farkas (author)Hardback
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This study examines the relationships among seventh-grade students' achievement scores, attitudes toward instructional approaches, empathy scales, and the transfer of skills between traditional versus multisensory education. The Learning Style Inventory (LSI) was employed to determine learning-style preferences. The data collected in this study was subjected to statistical analyses, supporting the use of a multisensory, rather than a traditional, approach for teaching lessons of the Holocaust.
Rhonda Dawn Farkas is Principal of PS 152, The School of Science and Technology.
Foreword by Rita Dunn; Preface; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction; 2. Review of Related Literature; 3. Participants, Materials, and Procedures; 4. Results; 5. Summary, Conclusions, and Recommendations; Appendix A - Learning-Style Inventory; Appendix B - Semantic Differential Scale (SDS); Appendix C - Balanced Emotional Empathy Scale; Appendix D - Moral Judgment Interview (MJI) (Form A); Appendix E - Holocaust Pretest; Appendix F - Holocaust Unit Posttest; Appendix G - Panel of Jurors; Appendix H - Jurors' Questionnaires; Appendix I - Contract Activity Package (CAP); References; Index.
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