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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

Robot programs

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