These short videos, produced by Museum educators and historians, provide guidance on how to teach about the Holocaust. They cover Museum resources, guidelines for teaching about the Holocaust, appropriate pedagogy, and classroom strategies.
Attend a free, virtual three-day professional learning conference designed to support accurate, meaningful teaching about the Holocaust.
Find instructional best practices, timely resources, inspiring ideas, and opportunities to connect with peers.
Watch virtual events designed for educators that explore survivor experiences, thought leader perspectives, and helpful classroom resources.
Receive updates about new instructional resources and educator events from the Museum.
Learn about the Museum’s national corps of skilled educators leading efforts to promote quality Holocaust education.
Complete a short form, and a Museum educator will answer your questions about resources and instructional strategies.
The Museum also holds programming for specific groups throughout the year:
The Conference for Holocaust Education Centers (CHEC) brings organizations together to advance professional support for Holocaust educators. Take part in learning opportunities offered by CHEC partners in your region.
The Holocaust Institute for Teacher Educators prepares education methodology professors to equip teacher candidates with the skills and expertise they need to teach about the Holocaust effectively.