Social Studies at the MSU Museum
If you are interested in using museum resources to create exciting social studies learning opportunities for your students, you've come to the right place! We invite you to explore all the resources the MSU Museum has to offer. Please share this page with colleagues.
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Find information about museum exhibits in each curriculum area listed below. These exhibits are longterm, which means they do not change on a regular basis. Please contact the Museum Education Team for the most up-to-date information on exhibits before your visit.
More about Building Social Studies Literacies at the Museum
To be literate in social studies is not just about having the ability to read and write or developing subject area content knowledge. Literacies take on many forms and shapes across disciplines. Literacy examples include reading objects, maps, and interpreting graphs and images. Museum-based and other resources can help your students build these different literacies and enhance classroom learning.
About the "School Social Studies at the MSU Museum" project contributers
MSU Museum exhibit pages: Ashley Groves (Junior, MSU Social Science Education, 2014) and Zachary Poynter (Junior, MSU History Education, 2014)