Teaching Trunks give educators access to teaching resources needed to teach a comprehensive Holocaust unit and implement Holocaust education into their lessons. The Holocaust Center loans class size sets of Holocaust related materials to teachers in Central Florida.
Teaching Trunks contain curricula as well as photo, print, and audio-visual resources appropriate for student use. Teaching Trunks are available for use in public and private schools in Central Florida free of charge. Many other Holocaust Centers across the United States have adopted our concept for use in their own communities. The Holocaust Center regularly updates trunk materials to provide schools with the best available resources.
Trunks can be customized to accommodate class size, learning level, and the length of the loan period. Reserve a trunk by emailing Mitch Bloomer.
Needed Elementary Trunks contain class sets of books plus videos, maps, large photographs, and activity sets. They do not contain graphic images or other materials that younger students may find disturbing.View Elementary School Trunk
Middle School Trunks contain class sets of books and teacher guides. Included in the trunks are videos, pamphlets, large photographs, and maps. All materials are age-appropriate and easy to comprehend for this age range.View Middle School Trunk
High School Trunks contain larger class sets of books plus a number of single copy books for individual use. The trunks include select videos, maps, photographs, and posters. Although the content is more complex than other trunks, and require a deeper level of understanding, the trunks contain very few graphic images or other disturbing materials.View High School Trunk
This trunk provides supplementary materials to support a deeper understanding of Anne Frank’s diary. These resources help explain the broader world and provide biographic materials about Anne and her experiences.View Anne Frank Trunk