Certificate in Holocaust Pedagogy

Supplemental Resources for your Classroom

Additional Holocaust Educational Material to Consider

Below you will find a list of potential resources for you to embed into your current Holocaust curriculum as supplemental learning opportunities. Please revisit this website throughout your planning, as we are working to update our full list of resources.

Please contact Katie Cunningham, Holocaust Curriculum and Outreach Specialist, at cunninghamk@queens.edu with any needs or questions.



Echoes & Reflections has released guidelines and resources intended to provide educators of students grades 3-6 with the framework and guidance to deliver appropriate and impactful instruction on the Holocaust.

Curriculum Guides Created by or Contributed to by The Greenspon Center


I Danced for the Angel of Death: The Dr. Edith Eger Story

Film and Clips for use in the Classroom and Curriculum Guide for Grades 6-12 

Big Sonia

Documentary and Guides that cover social issues and themes such as discrimination, injustice, resilience, intergenerational trauma, and Holocaust education.


New Books and Literature


I Will Protect You

As told by Eva Mozes Kor, Written by Danica Davidson

A note from Michael Berenbaum: “Few Holocaust survivors have had Eva Mozes Kor’s impact. Together with Danica Davidson, the story of this young girl is narrated in a manner that I would not have thought possible, faithful to the history and yet accessible to young readers. Read this work and meet a person you will never forget with a story that is worth telling and retelling.”

CHUTZ-POW! SUPERHEROES OF THE HOLOCAUST is an acclaimed and ongoing comic-book series created and published by The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh.

For inquiries about promoting material, please email Katie Cunningham, Holocaust Education and Outreach Specialist, at cunninghamk@queens.edu

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