Educator shares advice for teaching students about the Holocaust

08/29/2013 | Education Executive magazine online

The Holocaust is a sensitive subject to teach, but "[y]oungsters need to appreciate the lengths people will go to when power is all-encompassing and reason flies out of the window," teacher Freddy Naftel writes. In this article, he explains why he educates young people about the topic, how he approaches it based on grade level, and how he uses his family's stories to draw students in and engage them in meaningful discussions.

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