Helping teachers to inspire learning
On occasion, we provide programs in which K–12 and pre-service teachers can:
- learn about the Museum's education programs
- experience some of the activities
- discuss curriculum links
- explore galleries
- preview exhibitions
If you'd like to discuss a custom program, you are welcome to contact the Learning Services section.
One good way to keep up with programs we offer is to subscribe to our blog. See below for the latest posts related to professional learning.
From the Museum Education blog
by amyw on 26 Jun 2015
Take a journey with us through the world’s museums in our new series ‘Field Notes’. On the last Thursday of each month there will be a new post highlighting the experience of our contributing authors in a different environment, and the impact it had on them. Join us, tell us your stories. “My jaw dropped and [...]
by Alex on 09 Apr 2015
By Jo Bach, Curator When The Home Front: Australia during the First World War opens, the exhibition team will sit back, take a deep breath, and move onto something else. For us, an exhibition opening marks the end of a project. Exhibitions are in development for a long time before they open to the public. [...]
by Amanda on 12 Mar 2015
Dear readers-who-can-make-it-to-Canberra-in-early-April, You are invited to a special teachers’ viewing of our new temporary exhibition The Home Front: Australia during the First World War! Commemorating the centenary of the First World War, this exhibition looks at life on the home front and the pride, sorrow, passion, wonder and joy experienced by those far from the [...]
by Cath on 03 Sep 2014
Readers are invited to a special preview of our next exhibition, 'Spirited: Australia's horse story'. If you will attend, please RSVP by Tuesday 9 September.
by Cath on 16 Dec 2013
A briefing on favourable changes to the National Museum's website.