"Eva" An Auschwitz survivor’s journey to forgiveness and healing | A film by Ted Green, Mika Brown and WFYI Public Media, Indianapolis
Virtual Reality: The Eva Experience: Transport your students to Auschwitz with a  360-degree Virtual Reality tour led by Eva.
Students using Eva Virtual Reality Tour.
Oculus Go headset that stores the Eva Virtual Reality Tour.
Students don't just learn. They feel.    The Eva Virtual Reality Tour provides students a 360-degree experience at four locations in Auschwitz that were central to Eva's story: The selection platform, the barracks, the "Blood Lab" where the Mengele Twins were experimented on and the spot outside a crematoria where she announced her forgiveness. At each, Eva describes the significance, and accompanying videos add historical context and personal perspective.
Classroom Experience  • We will bring 29 headsets and two instructors to your school and will educate as many students as possible. Sessions last 30 minutes and can take a maximum of 27 students. (Teachers like to use these, too!)  • We will also provide sample VR follow-up questions for classroom discussions.  • Before we visit, we will mail you the Eva Educational Toolkit (value of $50), which consists of the hour-long version of the film, the book "Surviving the Angel of Death," and an interactive Educator's Guide
Student using the Eva Virtual Reality Tour on an Oculus Go headset.
Students using the Eva Virtual Reality Headsets.
Cost and Requirements   • The cost is $200. When you finalize the purchase, we will send you the Eva Educational Toolkit and contact you to schedule a date. The Toolkit includes the hour-long version of the documentary, and we strongly suggest students watch it before the VR day.  • The school must be in Central Indiana, and a minimum of 50 students must participate. Central Indiana counties include: Marion, Hamilton, Boone, Madison, Hancock, Shelby, Johnson, Morgan, and Hendricks.  • Content is suitable for grades 4-12.
Teacher Review  “After the VR tour, students reported understanding the personal story of Ms. Kor in ways they could not have by just reading a textbook. Their discussions and reflections on her message of forgiveness were thoughtful and showed that they began to understand why Ms. Kor chose the forgive the Nazis, but never to forget. It is a lesson that my students will take with them well after this experience.”  - Mrs. Wleklinski, 6th Grade teacher at Zionsville Middle School
Ted Green instructing students on how to us the Eva Virtual Reality Tour on Oculus Go headsets.