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Self-guided programs

Self-Guided Programs

Self-guided programs enable students to explore highlights of designated exhibit halls. They encourage observation, exploration, problem-solving and interaction with Museum displays. Choose from one of the following packages to help plan your visit.

Call 613-991-3053 for information or to obtain a copy of these self guides.

Canada in Space: Teacher's Guide
(Grades 4 to 8)
Come and explore Canada In Space: Destination Earth, an important exhibit that recognizes and celebrates Canada's active participation in space exploration. This educational guide provides enterprising educators with ideas for integrated studies, which support educational objectives in science and technology, mathematics, geography, language, and more.

Exploring Nortel Connexions: Teacher's Guide
(Grades 7 to 9)
Plug into the world of communications! Explore the ways in which people communicate over long distances and search for answers to questions posed in the activity sheets. The guide's interactive modules encourages students to explore the evolution of communications from the telegraph and telephone to radio, broadcasting and multimedia systems.

Go back to School Programs

Questions about school programs should be sent to scorbeil@technomuses.ca.

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