Resource Overview

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Students' Toughest Questions

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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.
SEPTEMBER 2017
TUESDAY12
 HENZLIK HALL, ROOM 202, UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA – LINCOLN CAMPUS, LINCOLN, NE
SPONSORED BY: Institute for Holocaust Education, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
WEDNESDAY20
 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, 101 MAIN BUILDING, LEXINGTON, KY
SPONSORED BY: University of Kentucky
FRIDAY22
 U.S. ARMY HERITAGE AND EDUCATION CENTER, CARLISLE, PA
SPONSORED BY: Army Heritage Center Foundation, National History Day PA
WEDNESDAY27
 SENECA HIGHLANDS IU, SMETHPORT, PA
SPONSORED BY: Seneca Highlands Intermediate Unit #9



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