NC Council on the Holocaust As many teachers and parents are depending on online resources at this time, the Council highlights these resources for teaching the Holocaust: From the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum___Learn about the Holocaust, especially Online Tools for Learning and TeachingCommemoration Themes (six themes with videos, Powerpoints, and more)Online Exhibitions (17) From the N.C. Council on the Holocaust___Holocaust Resources for TeachersThe Holocaust: A North Carolina Teacher's ResourceOnline Teacher Resources (pdf). The North Carolina Council on the Holocaust, an agency of the N.C. Department of Public Instruction, provides teacher workshops and educational resources across the state. Learn more about the Council’s offerings for your classroom, school, library, and community. See a one-page overview of the Council's programs and services. Teacher Workshops Teacher’s Guide (online) NC Survivor Narratives Traveling Exhibits Traveling Plays Survivors and Speakers State Commemoration Other Resources View the schedule of Online Teacher Webinars (2020-2021). View the Council’s new teacher’s guide, The Holocaust: A North Carolina Teacher’s Resource, featuring the narratives of 21 survivors who became North Carolina residents. Available for download as individual narratives, separate chapters, and the full guide (see Teacher's Guide and NC Survivor Narratives). Contact North Carolina Council on the Holocaust North Carolina Department of Public Instruction 301 N. Wilmington St., Raleigh, NC 27601 Michael Abramson, Chairman Karen Klaich, Workshop Co-Director Eastern NC Juanita Ray, Workshop Co-Director Western NC Regional Traveling Exhibit Coordinators Marianne Wason, Website Liaison Photograph reproduced by permission of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.