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Fall 2009 (8:1) - Teaching the Holocaust

Table of Contents

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    Editor's Introduction by Zvi Grumet

    Discussion Questions

    This Issue's Advertisers

   

Applications

    Lessons from the Holocaust by Paul Radensky

    members only  The Story of Jewish Life: Yad Vashem’s Approach to Teaching the Shoah by Daniel Feldman

    Beginning Holocaust Education by Daniel Feldman

    Teaching the Role of Poles in the Shoah by David I. Bernstein

    Shoah: Table of Elements by Dov Abramson

    What Should be the Focus of Holocaust Education? by Esther Goldberg

    Stories and Sages: New Directions in Holocaust Education by Rafi Cashman

    members only  Web Exclusive: Holocaust Education for a New Generation: Learning to Meaningfully Confront Our Past by Chana Silberstein, Chana Lightstone, Efraim Mintz and Aaron Herman

    Why I Teach the Shoah in Fifth Grade by Nance Adler

Features

    Issues in Holocaust Education by Geoffrey Short and Carole Ann Reed

    members only  Challenges of Commemoration by Levi Cooper

    members only  New Challenges in Shoah Education by Ephraim Zuroff

Research

    Responsive Holocaust Memory – Integrating the Particular and the Universal by Galia Glasner Heled

    members only  The March of the Living: Where Is It Now? by Rona Sheramy

    members only  Shoah, Security, Victory: A Critique of Israeli Youth Voyages to Poland by Jackie Feldman

    Best Practices in Holocaust Education: Guidelines and Standards by Shirah Hecht

The print publication of this issue of the journal has been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.


 


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