A stone sign on the right reads Holocaust, with three glass pillars in view at the New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston, MA.
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Educator Resources for New England Holocaust Memorial

A curation of educational resources for school groups visiting the New England Holocaust Memorial.

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Collection

Language

English — US

Subject

  • Civics & Citizenship
  • History
  • Social Studies

Grade

6–12
  • The Holocaust

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About This Collection

The following resources can be used with your students before or after visiting the New England Holocaust Memorial. For more information about the memorial, the self-guided mobile tour, or the virtual 3D experience, visit nehm.org.

This collection is designed to be flexible. You can use all of the resources or choose a selection best suited to your classroom. It includes:

  • 3 collections
  • 1 unit
  • 1 mini-unit
  • 2 books
  • 3 lessons
  • 3 on-demand webinars
  • 1 self-paced workshop

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