THEMUSEUM will welcome hundreds of High School students for an Indigenous Day of Action. During this Day of Action, students will learn, reflect and bring conversations on reconciliation to life. Contact Education@THEMUSEUM.ca for more details.
Surviving Nature Unleashed
Explore the impact of Mother Nature on our planet and society. Students will participate in a unique game that demonstrates how communities around the world cope with the devastation caused by natural disasters. Immerse your students in this program and find out if your city can survive Nature Unleashed! Program Length - 60 minutes
Curriculum Connections: Geography
Reserved time, enabling you to lead your class in selected exhibit learning experiences. An interpreter will be available to greet your group.
Stay tuned for new high school programming complementing our upcoming exhibitions.
"Our kids really enjoyed themselves. Thanks for a great local trip!" - 4th Grade, Bedford Public School Teacher
"It was very well-organized and I learned a lot as well as my students!" - Teacher
Every program offered at THEMUSEUM will include:
A Confirmation of Your Trip: that provides you a reminder of date, time, program and other important details.
A Timeline for Your Visit: so you know what to expect when you arrive.
Details on Planning Your Visit: providing you with all of the information you or your school needs.
A List of Curriculum Expectations: that are covered in your program.