The links below are resources aimed at enhancing curriculum, campus climate and teaching materials dedicated to understanding the Holocaust. These resources are designed to support educators, administrators, and learners in fostering a more inclusive and informed educational environment.
A resource website developed by educators to support educators in building Ethnic Studies curricula.
Anti-bias education through professional learning, educational programs, resources, and strategies to build and sustain equitable and inclusive environments.
A curriculum that uses the lessons of history to challenge teachers and students to stand up to bigotry and hate.
This critical program fuels university and college administrators to build awareness, allyship, and action around antisemitism, as part of a broader effort to address hate and bias on campus.
ICS provides K-12 educators with free professional development and standards-driven resources on Judaism and Jewish history.
The Center for Jewish Studies serves as the hub for the interdisciplinary and comparative study of Jewish and Israeli culture and society at UCI and in Orange County.
At Unpacked for Educators, our goal is to explore the Jewish story in all its complexity, intellectual depth and sophistication.
JFedOC Student to Student (STS) is a peer led program for middle schools and high schools. Our curriculum is taught by STS Teen Ambassadors, helping teachers deliver programming that supports students in better understanding Jews and Judaism, increasing awareness of religious and cultural differences and commonalities, and gaining a greater desire to interrupt antisemitic comments and stereotypes when they hear them inside and outside a school setting.
The center aims to create a place to learn about the people and events of the Holocaust as well as a repository of art, books, video, and primary resources.
The MOT is dedicated to challenging visitors to understand the Holocaust in both historic and contemporary contexts and confront all forms of prejudice and discrimination in our world today.
The library's permanent and rotating exhibits tell of the individual lives affected, and all too often ended, by the Holocaust.
Resources to support teaching about the Holocaust to middle and high school students that can inspire students to think critically about the past and their own roles and responsibilities today.
USC Shoah Foundation offers an array of educational products for students ranging in age from kindergarten to college.