Resources for 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. With any questions, contact our Education Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Throughout the year, The Florida Holocaust Museum hosts a variety of special live programs. Register for our upcoming free student events below.
On-demand taped workshops: Many of our teacher trainings are taped and educators across the state can watch them at their convenience through our online library of workshop recordings. After watching each workshop or attending a live training, educators can receive a certificate of completion. Visit our Teacher Training page to learn more about our upcoming training opportunities and register for on-demand videos.
Access primary-source based curriculums for your classroom on The FHM’s free Curriculum Portal. Guide your students through curriculums based on The Florida Holocaust Museum exhibitions, historical events, and primary sources. Educators can sign up for free access every school year on our website.
Virtual Library for Holocaust Education
Audiobooks and e-books from our Virtual Teaching Trunks can be checked out by teachers and students on their devices or accessed on a smartboard in the classroom at no cost. Sign up for free access on our website.
Offered in both actual and virtual formats, the dynamic teaching trunk curriculum is designed to accommodate the needs of one class or a team of teachers. Traditional teaching trunks can be shipped to any school in Florida at no cost – for more information click here. The audiobooks and e-books from our Virtual teaching Trunk can be checked out by teachers and students on their devices or accessed on a smartboard in the classroom at no cost – for more information follow this link.
Across Generations: Conversations with Survivors and their Descendants
Educators can schedule a virtual meeting with a Holocaust Survivor, second-generation speaker (an adult child of a Survivor), or third generation speaker (an adult grandchild of a Survivor). To book a speaker, place a request online.
Live or virtual tours of the Museum bring the historical and educational resources and the visual experience of the Museum’s permanent exhibition to students and educators across the state. The virtual tour can be accessed on The FHM’s website. You can also book a docent-led virtual tour at no cost.
For teachers who are introducing Holocaust history to their students for the first time or for more advanced studies, the “Witness to History” exhibition features stories of Holocaust survivors who live in Florida. This exhibition is accompanied by a Teacher’s Guide and can be accessed online or brought to a school at no cost.