The Museum offers a variety of teacher trainings and events. We are certified by the Texas Education Agency to issue CPEs to teachers attending our educational events.

Candy Brown Holocaust and Human Rights Educator Conference Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum

July 18 - 21, 2022

Join us for the annual Candy Brown Holocaust and Human Rights Educator Conference with multiple teacher workshops and keynote speakers on the Holocaust and human rights related topics. Educators may attend in person or virtually.


Inspire Upstanders: Building Social and Emotional Learning Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum

Friday July 8, 2022

Join us at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum in our annual professional development for K-5 educators, counselors, and librarians. Receive the social emotional learning tools, resources, and confidence to teach your students the importance of empathy, acceptance, and kindness through historical Upstanders.


PD Opportunities in North Texas and Beyond

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Right Museum Education Team will deliver professional development opportunities this summer across North Texas, East Texas, and Oklahoma.  Check out in-person and virtual opportunities in your area.


Other Opportunities

Special Exhibition Workshops
The Museum hosts rotating special exhibitions in its gallery covering different themes on the Holocaust, and other human rights topics. The Museum holds in-person and online workshops to introduce educators to the exhibition.

Learning on Location
School districts and schools can bring their teaching staff for professional development to the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum! Tour the permanent and special exhibitions and walk away with resources and lesson plans from our Education Team to bring back your campus.

For more information on professional development or educator events, please contact Dr. Charlotte Decoster, Ackerman Family Director of Education, at

An Immersive, Interactive Journey Unlike Any Other

Please join us for a visit. Unforgettable doesn't begin to describe the experience.