OVERVIEW OF PROGRAMS
The Museum supports teachers, administrators, and parents through an array of programs carefully designed to connect different levels of curriculum to the Museum collections. Read through each offer and reach out to a Museum educator with any questions.
Virtual Field Trips
Virtual field trips connect to classroom curriculum and New Jersey State standards. Sessions include themes in art, science, and community, and can be customized to your own theme! Learn more.
Professional Development for Educators
The Museum will provide in-person professional development opportunities for educators, administrators, and parents. Workshops will run from September 23 through November 18. Register soon.
Virtual art and STEM residencies partners schools with teaching artists to create project themes that connect to Museum objects. Learn more.
Virtual Science & Tech Fairs
Give your students a full day of learning & making about astronomy, dinosaurs, and fossils! Preview a fair in this video.
Homeschool Virtual Programs
Homeschool programs use hands-on educational techniques that engage children through conversation, games and social interaction. Specially designed for parents to support grade-specific lessons. Learn more.
Lesson plans, activities, videos and more! Complete your teaching with these free educational resources that connect art, science and industrial arts to history and critical thinking. Learn more.