The resources below, from scholars, researchers, and experts at Echoes and Reflections and in the larger fields of education and Holocaust education, have been selected to help support effective teaching of the Holocaust with students.
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Selected resources to support teachers’ understanding and exploration of the philosophy of teaching about the Holocaust, as well as to explore key historical content and context.
Practice and Pedagogy
Selected resources to help teachers consider effective approaches and resources to bring Holocaust education to their students.
- Pedagogical Principles for Effective Holocaust Instruction
- Holocaust Education: Why Simulation Activities Should Not Be Used
- The Risks When Connecting Bullying to the Holocaust
- With Their Voice: Constructing Meaning with Digital Testimony
- Guidelines for Using Visual History Testimony
- Avoiding the Complex History, Simple Answer Syndrome