Online Resources and Lessons for Educators
All online resources and lessons are offered free of charge to educators and students.
The Education Team created TEKS-aligned lessons that educators can use in the classroom or use on an e-learning platform. Each lesson includes a teacher lesson plan, student lesson instructions, and instructional video for students, and student worksheets.
Ten Stages of Genocide Graphic Novels
Explore Dr. Gregory Stanton’s Ten Stages of Genocide through graphic novels specifically created to align with the Museum’s Ten Stages of Genocide gallery. The graphic novels depict each stage through the lens of a different genocide.
At the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, we are committed to teaching the history of the Holocaust and advancing human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference. One way we fulfill this commitment is through education. We are excited to offer the tools and means to help us better understand current issues of bias and racism.
Online Resources Library
The Education team provides a library of free online resources to be used in your digital classroom! The online library provides educational resources from infographics to learning tips for students and educators to download.
Online Video ToolBox
The online video toolbox provides quick bite videos for students and educators on interesting historical topics or learning guidelines and tips.
Holocaust Remembrance Week Resources
The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum’s Education Team has developed resources and daily announcements for Texas' Holocaust Remembrance Week. The resource packets were made with grade appropriateness in mind and are all TEKS- aligned.
1.5 million Jewish children were killed during the Holocaust. The Every Child Has a Name Legacy Project will remember these children through research and creative thought.
The deadline for 2021 submissions has passed. Please check back for more information on the 2022 Every Child Has a Name Legacy Project.
The Museum joined Flipgrid to provide more interactive student engagement. Our Flipgrid has multiple activities from asking a survivor questions to working together to confront antisemitism. Join us on Flipgrid and we can’t wait to see your questions and responses.
The Museum offers a variety of multi-disciplinary, TEKS-aligned curriculum trunks for different grade levels from elementary to high school.