Students Support Package – Holocaust Education Digital Platform
Category Primary and Secondary Schools
Delivered on behalf of Department of Education, Skills and Employment
Selection Process Restricted
Closing Date & Time
Holocaust Education Digital Platform
The Australian Government is inviting one organisation via a closed non-competitive process to apply to deliver services under the Students Support Package – Anti-Defamation Commission (ADC) Holocaust Education Digital Platform grant program, over 4 years from 2020–21 to 2023–24.
The program objectives are to create a Holocaust Education digital platform, using the ADC's newly-designed Holocaust-related curriculum and education resources, that builds on the ADC's Click Against Hate platform, providing unique interactive experiences for students and create a digital national network of certified Holocaust educators, leveraging Australian teachers to roll out the program in classrooms and connect into other schools involved across the nation.
The program's intended outcomes are to shape the minds of tomorrow's adults by building an Australia that is tolerant, inclusive and respectful of difference, and one which promotes the values of democracy and enables students to learn about the Holocaust and its relevance to modern day issues, including moral decision making, civic duty and responsible citizenship.
The ADC will:
- build a platform that can be utilised by students on a range of devices, catering for a broad range of accessibility needs
- develop a Holocaust-related program curriculum and complete production of a new education resource; integrating it into the platform, providing unique interactive experiences for students
- develop a digital on-boarding and training program for teachers, so the program can be adopted with minimal manual intervention.
More information about the Students Support Package – Holocaust Education Digital Platform Grant round as well as requirements for applicants can be found in the Grant Opportunity Guidelines.
Other grant opportunity documents are only accessible by the invited applicant on the GrantConnect website.
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Please quote 2020-4632 – Holocaust Education Digital Platform when you phone or email the Community Grants Hub.