If you can’t bring your students to MOHAI this school year, we’ll bring the museum to you—through our digitized collection! Build tools that support object-based inquiry, and create multi-disciplinary learning experiences that stretch students’ critical and creative thinking skills—both in the classroom and through remote learning.
This winter join MOHAI Educators as we explore the region’s rich history of protest and the role of protest in a democracy. Educators will learn how to navigate our online collection, use MOHAI Education tools to engage students, and create fun and meaningful activities that build media literacy skills, and use historical thinking to examine the world around them.
Generous support provided by Fales Foundation Trust, First Tech Federal Credit Union, Nisqually Indian Tribe, and Nordstrom.
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$10 general public. Need-based scholarships available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
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