Webinars

Expand the walls of your classroom and make cross-curricular connections with the Museum’s FREE webinar series.

Kids in class watching a webinar from The National WWII Museum

Expand the walls of your classroom and make cross-curricular connections with the Museum’s FREE webinar series. Students have the opportunity to interact with authors, historians, and Museum experts to explore a broad of array of topics that bring WWII history to life. No special technology needed, thousands of students can connect to the Museum at once simply via their classroom computer to view live, interactive programs that immerse students in history. Over 50,000 students from across the country to date have tuned in, examined Museum oral histories and artifacts, and asked questions of guest speakers and Museum experts.

Fall 2018 Webinars

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Woody Williams

Join the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation and Hershel “Woody” Williams for an interactive discussion—live from The National WWII Museum! This webinar is an inspiring learning opportunity for middle and high school students to connect directly with an American hero. Perfect for grades 7–12 or ages 12-plus.

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Kirby Larson

Distance Learning Specialist Kate Fitzgerald and Newbery Honor-winning author Kirby Larson explore the history behind Larson’s novel Code Word Courage, which chronicles the story of a young American girl, a stray dog named Bear, and a Navajo code talker. Perfect for grades 3–7 or ages 8–12.

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"My students were moved, engaged with, and intrigued by this presentation. To hear stories about a teenager during the Nazi occupation of France resonated deeply with my high school students." 

Webinar with Holocaust Survivor Ela Weissberger
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Distance Learning Video Archive

Explore the Museum’s library of past distance learning programs, now available to view on demand.

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