Virtual Field Trips

A park ranger teaches about water power using a large model of a canal system.
 

Virtual Field Trips (VFTs) provide students with an in-depth look at a topic related to the Industrial Revolution. Our professional educators facilitate virtual interactions that offer all the energy and engagement of in-person programs. VFTs can be conducted in a classroom (all students in one classroom on one projecting device), home (students at home on individual devices), or classroom and home simultaneously. Programs are approximately 45 minutes long, limited to 25 students each, and align with state and national social studies and/or science standards.

These programs are designed and presented by educators at the Tsongas Industrial History Center, a partnership between Lowell National Historical Park and the University of Massachusetts Lowell College of Education.

Cost: Virtual Field Trip programs are offered at $125 per program.

Call us at 978-970-5080 to reserve your program date and time.
For more information visit -
https://www.uml.edu/Tsongas/Education-Programs/Virtual-Field-Trips.aspx

 
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    Last updated: March 3, 2021

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