Teaching about the Holocaust can inspire students to think critically about the past and their own roles and responsibilities today. Use the resources below to help develop your approach and to find lesson plans to use in your classroom.
Teaching Holocaust history requires a high level of sensitivity and awareness of the complexity of the subject matter.
Read Museum guidance and suggestions on developing a rationale statement.
These are core lesson plans for teaching about the Holocaust.
This page contains lesson plans created for distance learning, lessons compatible with learning management systems, videos with viewing guides, and more tools for teaching about the Holocaust remotely.
Learn why the Museum gears its learning materials to students in grade six and above.
Explore the Museum’s lesson plans and training materials.
Browse recommended resources for teaching with the Museum’s Holocaust Encyclopedia.
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