Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum: Teaching the Holocaust
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Join the education team at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum for the annual Region 7 Education Service Center Teaching the Holocaust summer workshop series. This professional learning opportunity will be held in conjunction with the museum’s Summer Survivor Speaker Series. Teachers will tour the Holocaust/Shoah Wing, the Human Rights Wing, and the Pivot to America Wing of the museum, as well as hear live testimony of a survivor, refugee, or second-generation survivor. Teachers will meet with museum educators to gain access to the vast resources available to teach students of all ages about the Holocaust, Human Rights, and local and national Upstanders. The DHHRM is a world-class museum with an exceptional education team ready to help you design instruction for your classroom. Teachers will receive light snacks and lunch at the museum, free parking, free admission into the museum, free admission into the Summer Survivor Speaker Series in the Cinemark Theater, a $25 gas stipend (mailed after the visit), and resources to take back to the classroom.
*Region 7 Districts /Charters (FREE)
*Employees of Region 7 ESC (FREE)
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