Students at Melbourne Museum's learning lab. Pic: Museums Victoria

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Museums Victoria launches digital education program

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Parents and educators looking for at-home learning resources can now access Museums Victoria’s new digital education program.

Developed by the museum’s education experts, the two streams, ‘Museums at Home Learning’ and ‘Museum at Home Play’ cover science, humanities and STEM.

‘Museums at Home Learning’ is a weekly education program which sees curriculum-linked resources shared every week, for kinder, primary school and high school students.

‘Museums at Home Play’ focuses on play-based learning activities for families and kids, including project ideas and videos inspired by museum exhibitions.

A series of IMAX documentaries will also be made freely available for students and educators.

And if you’re missing the museum’s public lecture series, the good news is that it’s now shifted online. Next Wednesday the museum will present a public talk ‘Why Models Work: the first peoples edition’ online via Zoom.

For more information head to Museums Victoria’s Museum at Home website.

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