Our education resources can be used before your visit to the Center for Civil and Human Rights to help prepare students for the teachable moments found throughout the galleries, as well as when you return to school to further explore connections between the educational themes of the exhibitions and your classroom instruction.
Activities for students to complete during their visit to the Center for Civil and Human Rights.
*In Rolls Down Like Water and Spark of Conviction galleries, there are images that portray our human rights struggles that may not be appropriate for younger students. Please use your best judgment while in the galleries with students.
In Rolls Down Like Water galleries, there is a lunch counter interactive that contains material that may not be appropriate for students under the age of ten. This is not included as a stop on their self-guide. Pease use your best judgment while in the galleries with students.
As a companion to your experience at the Center for Civil and Human Rights, our comprehensive Teacher’s Guides have been created to complement classroom instruction and make the most of your school field trip.