Connections and Reflections Becoming a Holocaust Educator

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      First I would like to start by thanking you for giving us this book to read. I can’t wait to have time to read through the entire book. There were two chapters that stood out to me, chapters 6 & 11. These topics are in my wheelhouse and I enjoyed reading about how I could use these modes of writing, story and inquiry to teach the Holocaust. I have used Voices of Witness as a starting point for my students to create photo essays of people they have met in their lives. I found it was important for my students to understand empathy so the narrative was a great way for them to gain perspective and see the world through others. I also love multimodal learning so that chapter was very interesting to me.
      Sorry for the late response! It’s been a whirlwind of a summer so far and I am just had a moment to sit down and write about this topic.

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