Michael Anthony

Michael Anthony is the Civics Curriculum Leader for the Toronto District School Board’s Virtual Secondary School. He is a veteran teacher of History, Politics, Social Justice, as well as the Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity course. He is most recently published in “Teaching about Genocide: Advice and Suggestions from Professors, High School Teachers, and Staff Developers, Volume 3” edited by Samuel Totten. Michael Anthony is working with a variety of community groups to found the Ontario Association Genocide Educators to get Genocide Education infused into more courses in more schools across the Province of Ontario (Canada).

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Teaching about The Holodomor

Posted by Michael Anthony on May 18, 2021

This blog by Ontario educator, Michael Anthony, explores his journey learning and teaching about The Holodomor as part of the Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity course and provides helpful resources to integrate into your classroom. 

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Topics: Genocide/Collective Violence, Teaching Resources, genocide, Genocide and Crimes Against Humanities Course


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