Education

For Educators

Please take our survey below.

We are dedicated to teaching the history of the Holocaust and advancing human rights to combat prejudice, hatred and indifference.

Dear Educator,

Please take our survey.
The Dallas Holocaust Museum is poised to greatly enlarge the Museum and expand its opportunities to engage and educate your students on topics that are increasingly relevant to our society and community.

We place a high value on the insights of our partners in the region's education community. So we are seeking your feedback, whether or not you've visited our Museum in the past. Your input will be invaluable as we consider how to best serve you and the many thousands of students who will experience the Museum in the years to come.

We hope you'll take a few moments now to complete our Educators Electronic Survey.

I want to help. I'll take the Survey.
As a special thank you for your participation, we'll enter you into a drawing to win a $150 VISA gift card.

Please let us know your thoughts and forward this email to your colleagues (teachers, group leaders, school administrators, principals, etc.) as we welcome input from all.

Regards,

Mary Pat Higgins
CEO/President

Special Membership Rate for Teachers
The museum offers a variety of teacher training opportunities, and we are certified by the Texas Education Agency to issue CPE’s to teachers attending any of 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 $20 Educator membership.

Educator Events

Holocaust and Human Rights Educator Conference
The Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance presents a yearly educator conference on the Holocaust and human rights at which educators will receive a day of in-depth training in Holocaust curriculum, followed by a second day of workshops on various human rights issues.
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Curriculum Trunks

The Dallas Holocaust 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. Shipping is provided for free to schools outside a 35 miles radius from the museum.
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Museum & Off-Site Speakers

Holocaust Survivor speakers may agree to travel off-site. To view Survivor Profiles visit the Holocaust Survivor Profiles.

If you would like a speaker to speak at your location, a fee is required, in addition to travel expenses. Transportation must be provided to and from the event by an approved transportation company. Please contact Adilene Hernandez at 214-741-7500 or by email ahernandez@dallasholocaustmuseum.org or via the Request a Speaker contact form.

To request a Survivor to speak outside of the Museum, please fill out and submit the request form below.
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