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    Sections in this category: General | Genocide: Darfur | Jewish Holocaust | Resources

    General

    Are you new to teaching about the Holocaust?
    You have just begun to plan and do research, the teaching of the history of the Holocaust in middle school or high school, is a daunting and difficult task. Given the difficulty of this task, and the short amount of time available, how should one approach it? Where should one start?

    Defiant Requiem
    Site dedicated to Education modules regarding Human Rights, Genocide and the Holocaust using music and human understanding in the classroom.


    Genocide: Darfur

    Jewish Holocaust

    Teaching about Antisemitism: Responding to Genocide
    This educational module aims to teach students about responding to genocide. Using material from the Museums Voices on Antisemitism.


    Resources

    Genocide Education Project
    Educational support website.


    Sections in this category: General Resources | Curriculum Guide: State Guidelines | Genocide: Darfur | Jewish Holocaust

    General Resources

    Guidelines for Teaching about the Holocaust (USHMM)
    Helpful guidelines for teaching about the Holocaust from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

    Connecticut Consortium for Holocaust and Genocide Education
    Pursues avenues for outreach to schools of education as well as organizations focused on Holocaust, genocide, and human rights content.


    Curriculum Guide: State Guidelines

    Common Core State Standards Initiative
    Building on the excellent foundation of standards states have laid, the Common Core State Standards are the first step in providing our young people with a high-quality education. It should be clear to every student, parent, and teacher what the standards of success are in every school.

    History of the Holocaust High School Curriculum Guide
    The Kentucky commissioner of education convened a work group (the Kentucky Social Studies Teacher Network) to review Holocaust curricula and the Kentucky standards to develop a High School Holocaust Curriculum Guide.

    Revised Publishers Criteria for the Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts and Literacy, Grades 312
    These criteria are designed to guide publishers and curriculum developers as they work to ensure alignment with the standards in English language arts (ELA) and literacy for history/social studies, science, and technical subjects.


    Genocide: Darfur

    Understanding Sudan - PBS
    Offers a diversity of geography, histories, cultures, livelihoods, religions, and languages. Sites of both horrific hostilities and extraordinary peace-making, the two Sudans continue to compel their citizens, neighbors and the international community to consider fundamental questions of nation-building, governance, development, equity, justice, humanitarian action, and environmental change.


    Jewish Holocaust

    Task Force for International Cooperation on Holocaust Education (ITF)
    Purpose is to place political and social leaders' support behind the need for Holocaust education, remembrance, and research both nationally and internationally.