Holocaust Learning Trunk Project: Educator Evaluation for second edition trunks

The completion of evaluations are a requirement of the sponosoring grant organizations and are the only means to directly measure the success and scope of the Holocaust Learning Trunk Project. 

It is the responsibility of each educator that has access to a trunk and uses any material provided within to complete an evaluation. 

Please complete and submit the evaluation below within 30 days after accessing a trunk. 



If you are an educator at a private school, please submit "Private" as your school district in this field.

Loan Details


If more than one educator accessed the trunk during its stay at your school, please note that each educator should complete an evaluation. When completing this portion of the form, please report the number of students you instructed using the trunk contents.



Classroom book sets
Reading group book sets
Primary source books
Teacher resources
Age approprietness
Historical accuracy
Social, political, and cultural context
Variety of genres
Balance of personal stories, primary sources, and factual evidence
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Teaching Guide


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Introduction to the Holocaust Learning Trunk Project
Introduction to Teaching the Holocaust
Guidelines for Teaching the Holocaust
Optional letter to parents/guardians
36 Questions
Timeline of the Holocaust
Anne Frank: A Timeline
"What did each of the identifying badges mean?"
Lesson modules for individual materials
Activity modules to supplement lesson modules
Student handouts
Student worksheets
Excerpt from "Echoes and Reflections: Lesson 7 Rescuers and Non-Jewish Resistance"