This is a series of blog entries written by Corey Harbaugh while attending the Memorial Library Summer Seminar on Holocaust Education in New York City in 2009:

http://www.wavelengthplus.com/?p=192

http://www.wavelengthplus.com/?p=226

http://www.wavelengthplus.com/?p=230

http://www.wavelengthplus.com/?p=254

http://www.wavelengthplus.com/?p=314



This is a blog entry written by Heather Hollands about the responsibility she and Amy Laitinen feel towards Holocaust Education:

http://hamy10.wordpress.com/2010/11/18/teaching-the-holocaust-lessons-that-matter-the-most-heather/

I (Beth Nelson) found this and thought it worthy of sharing Cannes Lions award-winning short-film project “Parallel Lines”

The Last Survivor is an outstanding film that covers many of the questions we covered and is the story of four survivors and activists of four different genocides, including the Holocaust. Snag film also poses guiding questions.
http://learning.snagfilms.com/film/the-last-survivor

Yad Vashem's International Postcard Competition is an excellent digital/visual literacy tie in for your classroom. When you get a chance check out previous years' galleries. They are wonderful and moving.
http://www1.yadvashem.org/yv/en/education/international_projects/postcards/index.asp