The JFCS Holocaust Center offers one-day workshops and individual consultations that help educators design thoughtful lessons about the Holocaust. At our Tauber Holocaust Library, educators can check out ample teaching materials—including books, pamphlets, and videos—that supplement curricula.
To schedule a curriculum consultation with Adrian Schrek, Director of Educator Development, please complete our curriculum consultation request form >
The JFCS Holocaust Center’s resources for teachers include:
1. A 13,000-volume library
2. Archives containing personal papers, government records, artifacts, photographs, bibliographies, slides, films, and posters
3. A Teacher Resource Center—books, films, and other educational materials that may be checked out by students and educators
4. One-on-one consultation
5. Curricula and lesson plans
One-day educator workshops on the Holocaust and patterns of genocide combine acquisition of knowledge with innovative teaching strategies. They help educators design lessons that encourage students to develop critical thinking skills and the ability to relate the lessons of the Holocaust to their own lives. Learn more >
The Morris Weiss Award for exceptional Holocaust education will grant three outstanding teachers in the Bay Area $1,000 for professional development and an additional $1,500 to support Holocaust education in their schools. Learn more >
For more information about opportunities for educators, contact Adrian Schrek, Director of Educator Development, at AdrianS@jfcs.org or 415-449-1291.
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