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The education programs of Holocaust Museum Houston can enable teachers to help their students to:

  • develop an awareness of racism, stereotyping and prejudice;
  • become knowledgeable, sensitive and responsive to the consequences of apathy;
  • put the Holocaust and other genocides into historical perspective;
  • understand the systematic genocidal plan of the “Final Solution;”
  • appreciate the many forms of resistance;
  • relate the lessons of the Holocaust and other genocides to the contemporary world situations;
  • instill a recognition of individual response to society; and
  • recognize the importance of remembrance by honoring survivors and memorializing those that were lost.

Teacher Resources

All Behaviors Count

Summer Institute

Educator Resources


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Summer Institute

Take advantage of our many resources for teachers interested in teaching about the Holocaust or other genocides, including guidelines for teaching, lesson plans and FAQs.
Through the "All Behaviors Count" curriculum, children and adults learn skills to identify and respond to social cruelty as empowered upstanders.

Move beyond the general history of the Holocaust in this summer program that explores the various dimensions and implications of the Holocaust and other genocides.

Using Survivor Testimony

Curriculum Trunks

Professional Development

Survivor Testimony

iPad trunks 


Learn how to implement survivor testimony in your classes through the use of online testimonies and DVD applications. 
Order now to participate in this dynamic educational trunk program designed for grades five and up.
Click here to find our more about Holocaust Museum Houston's innovative teacher training events held throughout the year.
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