The Museum promotes the responsible teaching of the Holocaust through a variety of resources and programs to help the nation's educators increase their knowledge of Holocaust history and implement sound teaching strategies. Education outreach programs provide teachers with quality Holocaust education, incorporating accurate history, appropriate pedagogy, classroom strategies, and teaching resources.
Consider rationales for teaching Holocaust history that resonate with state standards. Think about how this history links to genocide taking place in the world today. Discover guidelines and discussions that support rationales for teaching this history. Learn More.
Your core rationale should guide you, but this list of essential topics can help you to present a comprehensive history of the Holocaust. It includes stories about Holocaust survivors, lessons for the classroom, activities to assign students, and hundreds of useful resources. Learn More.
Take the time to deepen your understanding of Holocaust history and enrich your teaching skills. In addition to an online workshop, the Museum offers workshops and conferences onsite in Washington, DC, and across the country. Learn More.