The curriculum developed by the JFCS Holocaust Center focuses on expanding students’ understanding of the Holocaust and patterns of genocide. All the curriculum created is appropriate for 7-12th graders unless otherwise noted.
Educational programming is supported in part by the Preisler Shorenstein Institute for Holocaust Education.
With over 500 accessible educational materials within the Educator Resource Center at the Tauber Holocaust Library & Archives, educators can:
– Explore our educational exhibits:
– Borrow resources, print and electronic,—including books (single and class sets), films, pamphlets, and videos—that supplement curriculum.
– Schedule a consultation with an educator or archivist to learn more about the primary sources in our collection: personal papers, records, artifacts, photographs, slides, films, and posters.
If you are interested in bringing our Student & Educator Workshops to your school, go here to learn more.
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