As many teachers and parents are depending on online resources at this time, our Center highlights these resources for teaching the Holocaust:
Holocaust Learning Resources During Covid-19 School Closings(pdf)
From the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum:
Online Tools for Learning and Teaching
Commemoration Themes (6 themes with videos, Powerpoints, and more)
Online Exhibitions (17)
Teaching Guide for First Person: Conversations with a Survivor(pdf) This guide is for teaching the USHMM's live monthly program: https://www.ushmm.org/watch/first-person .
From the N.C. Council on the Holocaust:
Holocaust Resources for Teachers
The Holocaust: A North Carolina Teacher's Resource
Online Teacher Resources (pdf)
In collaboration with Carolina K–12 (a component of the University of North Carolina Program in the Humanities and Human Values), we offer lesson plans based on our videos of Holocaust survivors:
Renee Fink - Survival and Resistance: Hidden Children of the Holocaust
Rebecca Hauser - A Greek Girl in Auschwitz – Rebecca Yomtov Hauser’s Story
Hal Myers: US Immigration Policy and Attitudes Toward Refugees during World War II and Today: Lesson and PPT Presentation
"The Holocaust, A North Carolina Story" Presented by Leonard Rogoff
Leonard Rogoff is president of Jewish Heritage North Carolina and former president of the Southern Jewish Historical Society. He is the author of Down Home: Jewish Life in North Carolina. He is available for presentations and can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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