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HLE Signature Educational Model


Five Elements of The Holocaust Learning Experience Signature Educational Model - 1) Teacher's Resource Guide 2) Prerecorded Lessons from the Holocaust 3) Prerecorded Survivor Testimony Correlating Personal Experience to the Lesson 4) Outcomes - Measured through data collection 5) Professional Development

HLE Signature Educational Model


Holocaust Learning Experience by MorseLife NEXT GENERATIONS

Our signature educational model is a bundled approach, turn-key, plug and play solution which helps educators facilitate Lessons from the Holocaust.

Our teacher’s resource guide provides the solution to states mandates and contains:

  1. Standards and Benchmarks
  2. Glossary
  3. Questions and Answers
  4. Critical Thinking
  5. Links to additional resources

Teachers do not need to rely on being an expert in teaching the Holocaust, our signature educational model is turn-key, plug and play and allows the teachers facilitate the lessons. The HLE is poised to deliver Professional Development. The platform allows for data collection and outcome measures. Our program provides a certificate of completion which correlates to the lessons, benchmarks and standards.

Montage of a
Holocaust Lesson

Survivor Testimony

Example of a Holocaust Lesson from our catalog. This particular video comes from our Bias and Prejudice Lesson.
Example of prerecorded survivor testimonies that correlates with the lesson


Our Signature Education Model is the only program to meet Florida Statute 1003.42 (G) standards and benchmarks for Holocaust studies. Students participating in the full catalog of age-appropriate lessons throughout their education will meet 100% of the standards and benchmarks before graduation.

Available throughout Florida and the United States through our Learning Management System (LMS), the Holocaust Learning Experience provides turnkey lessons from the Holocaust focused on enhancing civic duty, civility and compassion.

We have designed grade-appropriate classroom lessons to supplement and augment the developed curriculum in grades 5-12. Our platform will reach urban, suburban, and rural school districts to allow every student to engage in a lesson.

Our Signature Educational Model offers supplemental learning experiences, which align with Florida’s Statute, mandating Holocaust instruction, and can be aligned with other state mandates.

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HLE Learning Management System

plants the seeds for a brighter future.

Bullying, cyberbullying, hate speech, and physical attacks are rising in our nation’s public and private schools and universities. As a caring, informed community, we must be able to recognize and confront bigotry wherever we recognize it…and educate and cultivate generations of upstanders by providing them with effective tools, diffusing and unifying talking points, and appropriate action opportunities.


are universal and timeless.

It is through our pre-recorded lessons and Holocaust Survivor Testimonies that stories and history come alive, we forge connections with each other despite our differences, and we come to understand the true meaning of a caring community.

Examples of lesson topics include:

  • The dangers of bullying

  • Bias and Prejudice

  • How to manage peer pressure
  • The importance of active listening skills
  • Diversity and embracing our differences
  • Appropriate responses to the language of hate
  • How much is six million?
  • Decisive moments in history
  • The importance of annual remembrance days
  • Keeping the promise NEVER TO FORGET

Our Signature Education Model engages students from 5th grade through college in age-appropriate lesson plans that incorporate person-to-person conversations with Holocaust Survivors and their descendants and creative expression projects.

The Holocaust is a powerful lesson in what happens when people fail to recognize and oppose intolerance and hate, whether bullying on the playground, using the language of prejudice, or discrimination in sports, business, and neighborhoods. Moreover, learning the LESSONS FROM THE HOLOCAUST through a historical lens teaches children about the real-life danger and ramifications of remaining silent as bystanders when they see other people being harmed, oppressed, or canceled in today’s culture.

Our comprehensive guides contain additional materials from Yad Vashem, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and other State and National Holocaust Educational institutions.

Studying the Holocaust provides opportunities to inspire students with stories of courage, overcoming adversity, resilience, and compassionate behavior.