EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES AT THE MUSEUM
Below is a list of the resources used at ICEH 2017 to which you also have access for your projects. Many of these resources have been translated into other languages as well:
- Guidelines for Teaching about the Holocaust
- Why Teach about the Holocaust?
- The Timeline Activity
- Some Were Neighbors: Collaboration and Complicity in the Holocaust
- The Holocaust Encyclopedia
- The Museum’s Documentary Film and Video Archive
- Projections of Jewish Life: Jewish Life Before WWII
- The Path to Nazi Genocide film
- Nazi Racial Ideology
- Oath and Opposition: Education Under the Third Reich
- State of Deception: The Power of Propaganda
- Ordinary Soldiers: A Case Study in Ethics, Law, and Leadership
- Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race
- Syria: Please Don’t Forget Us
- Remember the Children: Daniel’s Story
Additional information for teaching about the Holocaust can be found on the Educator Resource Page on the Museum’s website.
PROJECT PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS
As part of attending the conference, each country team will design a Holocaust and genocide education project specific to their national or regional context. As part of this proposal, teams can apply to receive up to $5000 in funding from the Museum to support their project.
The project proposal is found by clicking on the link here: ICEH Project Proposal Form
To be considered for the grant application, you must submit your final project proposal with a detailed budget by February 9, 2018. Museum staff will review and comment on your proposal, and they may request additional information as part of the country project approval process.
UNESCO recently published Education about the Holocaust and preventing genocide: A Policy Guide as a resource for policy-makers, curriculum developers, textbooks writers and publishers, and teacher educators. It suggests key learning objectives for education about the Holocaust, as well as topics and activities aligned with educational frameworks relevant to Global Citizenship Education, a priority of the 2030 Education Agenda.
THE JACK, JOSEPH, and MORTON MANDEL CENTER FOR ADVANCED HOLOCAUST STUDIES at the UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM
For those interested in scholarly research, the Museum is home to the Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust studies, which supports academic researchers in various aspects of Holocaust studies. To learn more about these opportunities visit the Webpage of the Mandel Center.