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Interactive TV programs

Compelling programs for school groups

Videoconference programs

Our expert educators curators and historians are on hand to facilitate curriculum-linked programs on:

Video conference equipment set up in a room with three standing screens, a laptop and various objects on a table
Screens and objects set up for a video conference program
  • Indigenous rights and freedoms – Years 9–12
  • Investigating sources – Years 7–12
  • Making a nation – Years 5–12
  • Extension History – Years 11–12 (New South Wales)
  • Australian inventions and innovations – Years 4–8
  • Post-war migration – Years 10–12

In every program, presenters encourage students' to develop their own inquiries as they investigate cultures and histories and develop historical skills. For some programs – and some groups – we use objects from the Museum’s handling collection and interactive media on-screen.

More detail on each program will be available soon. In the mean time, for further information please email education@nma.gov.au.

Robot programs

Your group may also be interested in taking an interactive guided tour of our Landmarks gallery – facilitated by one of our robots!