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RESOURCE OVERVIEW
Echoes & Reflections is committed to partnering with educators in an effort to support them, foster confidence, and amplify the skills needed to teach about the Holocaust in a comprehensive and meaningful way. We’ve curated the following programs and materials to help initiate important discussions and respond to students’ difficult questions.
EDUCATOR RESOURCE: VIDEO TOOLBOX
VIDEO TOOLBOX


STUDENTS' TOUGHEST QUESTIONS
PROGRAMS FOR EDUCATORS: IN-PERSON
IN-PERSON
Working closely with education entities across the United States, we deliver programs that support effective teaching of the Holocaust. Led by experienced facilitators, our programs include introductory offerings, as well as thematic and focused areas of study. All programs provide teachers with access to a range of classroom-ready content, sound teaching pedagogy and instructional strategies — all designed to engage students in a comprehensive study of events and to explore how the Holocaust continues to influence social issues in the world today.
NOVEMBER 2017
WEDNESDAY1
 THE COLLEGE OF SAINT ELIZABETH, ANNUNCIATION CENTER, MORRISTOWN, NJ
SPONSORED BY: The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education at the College of Saint Elizabeth
WEDNESDAY1
 ESSDACK, HUTCHINSON, KS
SPONSORED BY: ESSDACK
WEDNESDAY1
 QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY , NORTH HAVEN CAMPUS, NORTH HAVEN, CT
SPONSORED BY: Quinnipiac University School of Education
WEDNESDAY1
 BURNSVILLE TOWN CENTER, BURNSVILLE, NC
SPONSORED BY: North Carolina Council on the Holocaust and Yancey County Public Schools
WEDNESDAY1
 RARITAN VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, BRANCHBURG, NJ
SPONSORED BY: Raritan Valley Community College
THURSDAY2
 WATUGA HIGH SCHOOL, BOONE, NC
SPONSORED BY: North Carolina Council on the Holocaust and Watuga County Public Schools
FRIDAY3
 ILLINOIS HOLOCAUST MUSEUM AND EDUCATION CENTER, SKOKIE, IL
SPONSORED BY: Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center
MONDAY6
 THE QUEENS UNIVERSITY SPORTS COMPLEX AND CONFERENCE CENTER, CHARLOTTE, NC
SPONSORED BY: The Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice at Queens University of Charlotte
MONDAY6
 ST. CLAIR COUNTY REGIONAL OFFICE OF EDUCATION, BELLEVILLE, IL
SPONSORED BY: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education
WEDNESDAY8
 ORLOFF CENTRAL AGENCY FOR JEWISH EDUCATION, DAVIE, FL
SPONSORED BY: Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach
THURSDAY9
 HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL OF THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION, MIAMI BEACH, FL
SPONSORED BY: Holocaust Memorial of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
SUNDAY12
 GRATZ COLLEGE, MELROSE PARK, PA
SPONSORED BY: Gratz College; Consortium of Holocaust Educators of Greater Philadelphia
TUESDAY14
 SANTA ROSA COUNTY DISTRICT SCHOOLS, MILTON, FL
SPONSORED BY: Santa Rosa County District Schools, Florida
WEDNESDAY15
 SANTA ROSA COUNTY DISTRICT SCHOOLS, MILTON, FL
SPONSORED BY: Santa Rosa County District Schools, Florida
THURSDAY16
 JEFFERSON SCHOOL, VANDALIA, IL
SPONSORED BY: ROE 3 Educational Services Division
THURSDAY16
 CARLISLE HIGH SCHOOL, CARLISLE, IA
SPONSORED BY: Carlisle High School
TUESDAY28
 HARNETT HEALTH SCIENCES/MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM, LILLINGTON, NC
SPONSORED BY: North Carolina Council on the Holocaust and Harnett County Public Schools
WEDNESDAY29
 TYRRELL HALL, COLUMBIA, NC
SPONSORED BY: North Carolina Council on the Holocaust and Tyrrell County Public Schools
WEDNESDAY29
 GRANITE EDUCATION CENTER, ROOM D102, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
SPONSORED BY: Utah History Day



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