ARKive School Museum

Posted By Mary Ocwieja on 2/1/2013 2:48:35 PM   |  Last Edited By Mary Ocwieja on 7/1/2015 2:54:37 PM

The ARKive School Museum is an innovative and engaging educational experience that encourages students to get creative. By discovering fascinating biological facts about endangered species, designing and creating fun, interactive exhibits, and hosting unique, hands-on activities in their own ‘museum’, students improve their scientific literacy and develop cross-discipline skills that they can apply to an ever-changing global society.

The basic framework can be easily applied to nearly any subject; however, a start-up lesson in biodiversity and endangered species is provided, should a complete package from start-to-finish be preferred.

Additionally, the ARKive Education team would love to highlight any schools, teachers and students that incorporate the ARKive School Museum into their curriculum this year on the ARKive website, which is visited by over 200 countries and nearly 1,000,000 web visitors a month.  It’s a wonderful opportunity to show student work on a global platform, inspiring other youth around the world to transition from learners to conservation leaders!

The ARKive School Museum lessons and materials are available online for ages 5-18.

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