We are dedicated to teaching the history of the Holocaust and advancing human rights to combat prejudice, hatred and indifference.
Special Museum Membership Rate for Teachers
The museum offers a variety of teacher training opportunities, and we are certified by the Texas Education Agency to issue CPEs to teachers attending our educational events. Holocaust educators are encouraged to contact the museum staff if they have any questions or concerns about creating and implementing their own Holocaust educational units and materials. Please consider becoming a member of the Museum with our $20 Educator membership. Go to link.
The Museum provides a variety of professional development programs for educators. The Museum is certified by the Texas Education Agency as a provider of CPEs. For details visit link
ARTIFACT INTERACTION: CSI EDITION
The Museum Archivist leads a hands-on activity for 7-12 grade students with artifacts from the Museum’s archival collection. For details visit link
The Museum offers a variety of multi-disciplinary curriculum trunks for different grades from elementary to high school. Educators may borrow the trunks for a three week period. For details visit link
LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SOCIETY: LESSONS OF THE HOLOCAUST
The Law Enforcement and Society: Lessons of the Holocaust program enables law enforcement officers and trainees to examine the role their profession played in the Holocaust and challenges them to reflect upon their professional and personal responsibilities in a democracy.
EDUCATION AND SURVIVOR SPEAKERS
Upon request, groups and schools can reserve an education or survivor speaker to present off-site to their group.For details visit link