Holocaust Education & Telling The Stories Of Survivors | Teachers' Lounge Podcast

Nov 27, 2020

On a new episode of Teachers' Lounge: Lynne Ravas. She’s a recently retired English teacher who taught across the country. Lynne also has family -- including her father -- who survived the Holocaust. For decades, Lynne has worked with organizations to educate people of all ages and pass down the stories of survivors, especially as survivors themselves have passed away.

In the meantime, we want you to be a part of the show. Send us an email at teacherslounge@niu.edu to nominate a teacher in your life to be on our show. While you’re there, tell us how you’re feeling about in-person or virtual school this winter. And, if you want, record your thoughts and feelings into your phone with your voice memos app, then send the file to teacherslounge@niu.edu and we could feature it on the podcast!

SHOW NOTES

Educator in this episode:

Lynne Ravas

Stories Featured in this episode:

Substitute Teachers Are Tough To Come By For In-Person Schools, Call On Admins & Staff To Fill In


Music:

Our show's theme music is from the northern Illinois-based band "Kindoves" and their songs "Popn," "Origins" and "Quiche." You can find more of their music on their Soundcloud page. You can also listen to the episode of WNIJ's own Sessions from Studio A where they were featured.

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