See the following example of the virtual tour and digital platform: https://boardingcall.eftours.ca/a-virtual-tour-of-anne-frank-house/
1. Introduction to the digital platform and virtual tour of the Secret Annex
2. Understanding the Holocaust through the Story of Anne Frank
3. How physical objects and rooms in the Secret Annex help build context
4. Lessons from Anne Frank and connections to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging today
5. Educator resources
Social Studies Educators 9 & 10
Julie Couture is the coordinator of the Canadian educational projects of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam since 2009. She is coordinating the travelling exhibitions in Canada as well as giving educational training. She has more than 10 years of experience in sharing Anne Frank’s story to different audiences (teachers, students, museum staff, international visitors) in several contexts (training in Canada for peer-education, introductions at the Anne Frank House museum, online session). Julie is a native from Québec and holds a Bachelor of Arts in History as well as a diploma in Education.