Tenement Museum virtual field trips immerse students in the past through 360° images, video, and primary sources. Students explore history through the stories of real people and see how their own stories are part of history. Immigration and migration are the foundation for all programs, and museum educators connect the themes of belonging, community building, and cultural adaptation in programming to create entry points for students of all identities and experiences. Programs are adapted for students from 1st grade through 12th grade and led by a museum educator for an interactive, inquiry-based experience that makes history relevant. All programs are aligned with the National Education Standards, the C3 framework, and multi-state Social Studies Scope and Sequence.
Previews Available | Join us for an upcoming preview of one of our virtual field trips – with an added overview of Tenement Museum Resources and Q&A session. See below for more details.