Education

Conversations about big ideas Conversations about big ideas
Image: Singing Bowl Media
Source: Museum Victoria
 

Identity: yours, mine, ours offers students, teachers and schools opportunities to reflect on what it means to be part of various communities in the 21st century, whether family, local, national or global.

At a national level Intercultural Understanding is one of the general capabilities underpinning the Australian Curriculum. Curriculum leaders and teachers of English and Humanities will find this exhibition of particular interest. 

School preview sessions

Preview sessions will offer school leadership teams the opportunity to visit the exhibition and participate in workshops investigating opportunities for integrating content from the exhibition in their whole school planning.

To plan a session for your staff please call 03 99272750 to discuss your requirements with the Immigration Museum Education Programs Coordinator.

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Student programs

Education programs available during school term are:

More information

For more information or to participate in these educational programs and opportunities contact Jan Molloy on 03 99272754 or email jmolloy@museum.vic.gov.au.

What shapes your identity?

My identity is american of czech, danish, and english descent. My ancestors came to the us on the mayflower.

susannah, Minnepolis Minnesota Usa, 30More quotes