Dr. Sheryl Needle-Cohn
The Holocaust, the most horrific event of the twentieth century, demonstrated the effects of state- ordained genocide. The Holocaust's historical framework emerged from a deep rooted past of racist sentiment that culminated in the organized killing of six million people. Exposing students to constructs of racism, prejudice, indifference, diversity, morality, acceptance, tolerance, and understanding through Holocaust pedagogy can perhaps prevent future genocidal events. Successful Holocaust-based curricula include four main concepts: the placement of the Holocaust as a central event in history, the discussion of values and tolerance, the accurate representation of the Holocaust, and the use of grade-level appropriate teaching methods and materials.
Ali, Shainna and Horne, Erik
"Holocaust Educational Practices: Reviews and Recommendations,"
The Pegasus Review: UCF Undergraduate Research Journal: Vol. 4:
1, Article 6.
Available at: https://stars.library.ucf.edu/urj/vol4/iss1/6