The Holocaust Education Video Tool Box uses short film to give teachers tools they can use in the classroom. In other words, the films are designed to help educators teach the Holocaust. The focus is on methodological and pedagogical suggestions, as well as practical materials and discussion points for classrooms and groups. Created by Yad Vashem, an international leader in Holocaust education, the dynamic project draws on their experience with a global audience of teachers at the International School for Holocaust Studies at Yad Vashem.



Teachers, have your students walk in the footsteps of Elie Wiesel next year by using this lesson from the Robert F. Kennedy Center that was created by HRC Education Director Drew Beiter.

Seeing that Wiesel's signature accomplishment was the creation of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, this lesson allows your students to create a living museum in your classroom, one that is designed to teach and inspire parents, staff, other students, and the community.