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The recorded webinar with closed captioning is now available for on-demand viewing at:  Below is a list of Holocaust education resources discussed during the webinar.

Resource List: Teaching the Holocaust in Challenging Times
  1. ADL/Global100: A 2014 survey of attitudes toward Jews in over 100 countries around the world , with follow-up surveys in 2015, 2017, and 2019.
  2. Arolsen Archives Center on Nazi Persecution’s: The #EveryNameCounts  volunteer project for students and others: 
  3. Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum’s Virtual Tour 
  4. Centropa 
  5. Checkology’s Lesson Plan on Conspiratorial Thinking 
  6. Defiant Requiem Foundation’s Curriculum for teaching the Holocaust through the arts: 
  7. Echoes and Reflections Gringlas Unit on Contemporary Antisemitism 
  8. Echoes and Reflections The New Antisemitism and The Three D’s
  9. Echoes and Reflections Case Studies of Antisemitism Related to Israel
  10. Eternal Echoes
  11. Facing History and Ourselves Lesson Plan: Preparing Students for Difficult Conversations  from the Facing Ferguson: News Literacy in a Digital Age Unit
  12. Facing History and Ourselves Tool and Strategies for Teaching Current Events 
  13. Facing History and Ourselves  No Time to Think 
  14. Facing History and Ourselves  Range of Responses 
  15. Holocaust Museum Houston Micro-Lessons 
  16. International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) Recommendations for Teaching and Learning about the Holocaust  (already available in 12 languages)
  17. IHRA Recommendations for Teaching and Learning about the Holocaust  (English PDF)
  18. IHRA Recognizing and Countering Holocaust Distortion: Recommendations for Decision and Policy Makers 
  19. Imperial War Museum 
  20. The National Holocaust Centre and Museum: 
  21. Jewish Foundation for the Righteous 
  22. Jewish Partisans Education Foundation  Teaching with Defiance 
  23. POLIN  Virtual Shtetl 
  24. Stanford University COR (Civic Online Reasoning) curriculum 
  25. TedTalk: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie “The danger of a single story 
  26. TedTalk” Deborah Lipstadt, “Behind the lies of Holocaust denial 
  27. UNESCO A Teacher’s Guide on the Prevention of Violent Extremism 
  28. U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Teach 
  29. U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, Guidelines for Teaching about the Holocaust 
  30. U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Bibliography and Videography 
  31. US Holocaust Memorial Museum  Lesson: Exploring Pre-World War II Jewish Life 
  32. U.S. Department of State, Office of Holocaust Issues SEHI Events Page:
  33. USC Shoah – iWitness  Pre-War Jewish Life in Europe 
  34. USC Shoah  Videos | USC Shoah Foundation 
  35. Western States Center “My Child is Sharing Conspiracy Theories and Racist Memes. What do I say? 
  36. Yad Vashem 
  37. Professor Yehuda Bauer’s  “Creating a ‘Usable’ Past: On Holocaust Denial and Distortion 

Please find the link to the first Trans-Atlantic webinar in the Holocaust education series by the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, from November 2020, here:

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