The museum has numerous resources for educators, including lessons examining the diversity of people – past and present– who call Alaska home. In the Alaska Salmon, Migration, and Immigration lesson, second grade and higher students analyze primary sources to learn how canneries have influenced Alaska Native land and harvesting rights and impacted human migration and immigration in Alaska. The Contemporary Identities resource includes a booklet for high school students and an accompanying teacher guide. The booklet highlights five contemporary artists with artwork in the Museum's collection who identify as part of a group or groups that are now or have been marginalized. Prompts ask students to reflect on personal identities and culture.