Programs for Teachers

Holocaust and Genocide Education Professional Development

In its efforts to build respectful relationships among all people, the Historical Society of Princeton is proud to house a Holocaust/Genocide Resource Center. In addition to offering education programs, HSP’s “Unity Center” has a collection of books, curriculum guides and DVDs available to teachers and students. Topics include the Holocaust, genocides, including Armenia, Cambodia and the Ukraine, terrorism and bullying. For more information, or for a list of available resources, please contact Eve Mandel, Director of Programs and Visitor Services, at 609-921-6748, x102, or

Navigating Crucial Conversations with Facing History & Ourselves

Wednesday, April 24, 2024 
4:30 – 6:00 pm
at Updike Farmstead, 354 Quaker Road, Princeton

In these polarized times, how do teachers talk about things that matter? This interactive workshop invites school administrators and teachers to experience and practice strategies that support respectful conversations and perspective taking around potentially challenging topics, essential skills for effective civic participation. Attendees will leave with ready-to-use tools for navigating crucial conversations while building inclusive learning environments.

Click here for more information and to register for this free workshop for teachers and administrators.  

Echoes and Reflections Online Programs 

Programs are designed to increase participants’ knowledge of Holocaust history, explore and access classroom-ready content, and support instructional practice to promote student learning and understanding of this complex history and its effect on the world.  Click here for upcoming webinars, or click here for a list of upcoming three-part online courses. 


Past HSP Teacher Workshops:

Analyzing Propaganda and Teaching Media Literacy: The Holocaust as a Case Study

Building Greater Understanding about Native American History: Decolonizing the Classroom

Spotlight on Contemporary Antisemitism