Seven students traveled to Amsterdam, Prague and Berlin from April 14-22, 2011
Prior to leaving, they learned about the places they visted, and explored the 20th Century History of WWII, the Cold War, and the collapse of Soviet control of Eastern Europe. There were readings, discussion and films, and students engaged in developing projects they completed upon return to Weston.
Among the places we visited are the Anne Frank House, the Dutch Resistance Museum, Radio Free Europe, Terezin concentration camp, the German Resistance Museum, the Museum of the DDR, and the Berlin Wall. Students used iPads to navigate the cities, communicate, and work on their projects.
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