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National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

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The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is a not-for-profit educational institution dedicated to fostering an appreciation of the historical development of baseball and its impact on our culture by collecting, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting its collections for a global audience, as well as honoring those who have made outstanding contributions to our National Pastime.

2017-2018

2012-2013

Honorable Mention

2007-2008

 

Programs by National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

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Character Education: Lou Gehrig- The Iron Horse

"Every day is a new opportunity. You can build on yesterday's success or put its failures behind and start over again. That's the way life is, with...

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Civil Rights: Before You Could Say "Jackie Robinson"

"There should be some broader cause - such as lack of ability, behavior or intelligence - for barring a player, rather than his color." - Welday W....

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Math: Batter Up!

This thematic unit teaches fundamental concepts that connect the calculator and the clubhouse while learning, using and interpreting the statistics...

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Women's History: Dirt on Their Skirts

Rich with the history of women who broke barriers to play the National Pastime, this thematic unit covers 150 years of striving for equity and...

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Labor History: Hardball and Handshakes

Baseball is more than money. Beyond the big salaries is a complex process of finding common ground individually and institutionally. The transition...

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Science: Science on the Sandlot

Have you ever wondered about those raised red cotton stitches on a baseball? Sure, they hold the cowhide together, but did you know they also teach...

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Circling the Bases: Baseball & Geometry

One of the great features of baseball stadiums and fields is that no two are alike - anymore. Maybe there's a big hill in centerfield, as in...

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Cultural Diversity: Diversity in the Dugout

Learn about the impact of European immigrants, African-American players, Latino greats, and Asian ballplayers on the National Pastime. The game...

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How The Baseball Hall of Fame Works

How The Hall of Fame Works is an exciting and interactive way to learn about the Museum, the Hall of Fame Plaque Gallery, and how players are voted...

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Popular Culture Through Baseball Cards and Language

This program will offer students the chance to learn about baseball cards and terminology and how they connect directly to American popular culture.

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More About This Provider

Type of Organization

Arts/Cultural/Museum

Contact

Education Department   Education@Baseballhall.org
25 Main Street
Cooperstown NY 13326
6075470347
United States

http://www.baseballhall.org

Primary Disciplines

The programs of National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum cover:

Social Studies/History
Fine Arts
Economics/Business
Mathematics
Performing Arts
Sciences
Character Education
Technology/Information Science
Leadership
Cultural Diversity

Awards, Quotes, Testimonials

"We were very impressed with how the program wove together culture, economics, current events and sports. The combination really held the kids interest and sparked some interesting dialogue at our end."

"Our kids liked seeing the photographs and hearing the human side of the history of baseball. After our disconnect, they wanted to know when we could do this again."

"Our school does not have a very diverse population and our kids have little opportunity to stretch their boundaries. This program was especially wonderful for us because it allowed us to introduce our kids to black history in a context that they are familiar with."

"From beginning to end, the process was handled professionally and cordially. Your scheduling policies also work well with our goals as a district and allow us to participate with little disruption."