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Resources for Educators

Florida’s Holocaust Education Mandate requires all school districts to incorporate lessons on the Holocaust as part of public school instruction. The Florida Holocaust Museum, a service provider contracted by the Florida Department of Education, invites you to use our dynamic lessons and curriculums about the Holocaust, genocide, and character education.

Field Trips

Field trips immerse your students in a docent-led tour of The Florida Holocaust Museum. We offer tours for grades 5-12. Field trips can be booked in two formats: in-person or virtual. Docent-led virtual tours are free.

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Teaching Trunks

The FHM now offers traditional and virtual teaching trunks. Each option is free to teachers and students! Trunks have grade-appropriate resources focusing on primary sources.

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Speakers’ Bureau

Book speakers for events at your school or organization through our free “Across Generations: Conversations with Survivors and their Descendants” online program.

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Testimony Videos

By listening to a survivor testimony, we become a witness to a witness and it is our responsibility to make sure the memory of the victims and the experiences of survivors are never forgotten. As witnesses to a witness, students who work with video testimony learn about the Holocaust through a personal lens of each survivor and draw lessons that will help them build a better world around them.

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Teacher Training

The Florida Holocaust Museum offers training and resources for teachers incorporating Holocaust education into their curriculums. Explore our free resources to enhance your classroom experience whether you’re in an in-person classroom or virtual learning environment.

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Access primary-source based curriculums for your classroom. Guide your students through curriculums based on The Florida Holocaust Museum exhibitions, historical events, and primary sources.

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Virtual Learning Resources

The Florida Holocaust Museum is a steward of Holocaust education. Online resources help encourage critical thinking, personal growth, and awareness of the ongoing threat of dehumanization. Explore, engage, and share to join us in the fight against antisemitism and other forms of hatred and prejudice.

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Middle School Outreach

Speak Up, Speak Now!® is an outreach program for middle school students. This multi-session program is currently offered at various middle schools in the Tampa Bay area.

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Law Enforcement and Society: Lessons of the Holocaust

The Florida Holocaust Museum, in partnership with the Anti-Defamation League and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, provides the Law Enforcement and Society: Lessons of the Holocaust program (LEAS) to police agencies in Florida.

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Holocaust Education Week

The Florida Holocaust Museum offers a plethora of resources to Florida teachers as they are planning their activities for Holocaust Education Week. All the resources are free to schools across the state.

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Featured Resources

Museum Guide for Educators

We are presenting a new Museum Guide designed for educators who bring students on field trips to The Florida Holocaust Museum. The Guide will help educators incorporate a Museum visit into their curriculum and comply with Florida Standards.

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On Demand Education

We have a new portal just for educators that has a host of resources to help you with your lessons.

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