Education

Interactive Learning Project

studentsIn 2015, the Woodman Museum launched a new initiative with the assistance of 105 lively and curious 6th-grade students from Dover Middle School. Under the supervision of their teachers and chaperones, the students completed a three-part interactive and interdisciplinary learning project that covered social studies, English language arts, and arts and humanities. The students were introduced to specific objects from the collection and encouraged to explore and interpret their historic, social, economic, and artistic importance.

measured progressThe funding for the learning project was made possible by a donation from Measured Progress, a non-profit educational assessment company located in Dover dedicated to improving teaching and learning.

To learn how your students can take part in an interdisciplinary program using objects from the Woodman Museum collection, contact director@woodmanmuseum.org.

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