Hidden Treasures: How to Use Huronia Museum for Research Projects and Classroom Activities (1994)

An example for tutors who wish to use a museum as a learning tool
Hidden Treasures was originally designed for those teachers who intend to use Huronia Museum (Midland, Ontario) for independent class visits and student projects. With its diverse collection, Huronia Museum provides an outstanding opportunity for students and teachers to complement their regular classroom research. Pioneer lifestyle, early local industries, communication technology and architecture are just a few examples of those areas which are available for study at the Museum.

This resource book provides examples of the kinds of questions and activities which are possible through the use of existing exhibits in the Museum. Historic photos complement the text.

For more information on this project, contact Bill Smith, Assistant Director, Huronia Museum, Box 638, 549 Little Park Road, Midland ON L4R 4P4, Tel. (705) 526-2844, Fax (705) 527-6622, E-mail : hmchin@bconnex.net

* This resource is available online, on NALD`s Canadian Literacy Resources.* (97.11.05)

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Natalie Quealey. Hidden Treasures: How to Use Huronia Museum for Research Projects and Classroom Activities 1994. Web. 27 Nov. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/hidden/hidden.pdf>
Natalie Quealey (1994). Hidden Treasures: How to Use Huronia Museum for Research Projects and Classroom Activities. Retrieved November 27, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/hidden/hidden.pdf
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