For Educators

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


NOVEMBER 2016 - This multi-disciplinary program encouraged positive classroom discussion on tolerance, perseverance, and responsibility.

The Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance, in partnership with the Dallas Independent School District and Hold on to Your Music, supported the first-ever City-Wide Read and Performance during fall for approximately 12,500 fifth graders, as well as students from several of the city’s Jewish schools. Students read The Children of Willesden Lane, a true story of inspiration and perseverance in a time of war, and attended a musical performance by the author, Grammy-nominated classical pianist Mona Golabek.

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 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.

Teacher Work Shops
Check back for the 2017 schedule.

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 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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