Maryland Center for History and Culture

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The Maryland Center for History and Culture offers dynamic, interactive programs on topics in United States history for K-12, collegiate, and adult audiences. By exploring and discussing original historical evidence, including documents, images, artifacts, and audio and video clips, participants draw conclusions about important compelling questions about our nation's past.

2021-2022

2016-2017

2015-2016

Honorable Mention

 

Programs by Maryland Center for History and Culture

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Daily Life Then & Now

Bring a historical character into your classroom! Have a live interactive conversation with a teacher from the 1800's. Using images, objects, and games, the teacher will help participants compare their own life with that of children from long ago.

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FREE - Grab Your Haversack!: Exploring the Life of a Revolutionary War Soldier

The British are coming, it is time to grab your haversack and join the Continental Army! During this live challenge participants will have to examine artifacts to learn about the life of a continental soldier and gather the supplies they need...

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FREE for November!- Indigenous People of the Chesapeake

Join the Maryland Center for History and Culture as we travel back in time to learn about Indigenous People of the Chesapeake. During this program students will examine primary sources including paintings, documents, and artifacts from our...

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From Plantation to Shipyard: The Many Forms of Slavery

By examining original historical evidence from the Maryland Center for History and Culture’s collections, including oral histories, paintings, artifacts, and multi-media clips, students will gain a deeper understanding of the great diversity in...

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Pack It Up: What to Bring to Colonial America

Students will explore reproduction artifacts to consider the choices early colonists made when deciding what supplies to bring to the New World, taking into account factors such as necessities for survival and resources available in America.

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Protesting Segregation in Maryland

Using the state of Maryland as a lens, students will use primary sources to better understand the different ways people protested segregation and discrimination throughout history..

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Tracing the Life of Frederick Douglass

By examining original historical evidence from the Maryland Center for History and Culture’s collections, including photographs, letters, and multi-media clips, students will gain a deeper understanding about the mid- 19th century labor in...

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Votes for Women

Learn about the lives of Margaret Brent, Harriett Tubman, Julia Emory, and more to gain a richer understanding of the history of women's voting rights. 

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You & Your Watershed: Learning Through The Chesapeake Bay

Join the Maryland Center for History and Culture and the National Aquarium for a Virtual Field Trip about you and your watershed! Using the Chesapeake Bay as a case study, participants will learn how humans have interacted with the Chesapeake Bay...

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More About This Provider

Type of Organization

Arts/Cultural/Museum

Contact

Tyler Osborne   tosborne@mdhistory.org
610 Park Ave
Baltimore MD 21201
410-685-3750x378
United States

https://www.mdhistory.org/learn/virtual-field-trips/

Primary Disciplines

The programs of Maryland Center for History and Culture cover:

Culture
Gifted & Talented
Language Arts/English
Literacy
Problem Based Learning
Reading
Social Studies/History

Awards, Quotes, Testimonials

“It was awesome to see so many standards embedded into one lesson, both reading and social studies standards. I also think that it was great that they could see so many artifacts. I have ALREADY recommended this program to others.



“Today's video conference was perfect! You did such a wonderful job keeping the kids engaged and making connections with each and every child who spoke. Your enthusiasm came through...teachers loved it too! “



“ We had a blast!!! I was jotting down some of the reading AND social studies standards that you worked on today.  It was impressive. The kids were engaged and had so much fun WHILE learning.”