The Museum of the American Railroad is pleased to present its 2014/2015 Educational Program Directory. The Directory includes five programs targeted to local schools: four spanning grades K through 11, and a fifth offering internship opportunities for high school seniors and college students. The Directory also highlights five new programs currently in development for the 2015/2016 academic year.
Museum of the American Railroad's Educational Program Directory for the 2014/2015 academic year!
Current programming includes:
Field to Factory: Trains, Jobs, and American Commerce - Grades 1-3
An Interactive Economics, History, and Geography Program
Field to Factory Supplemental Materials
Buy, Build, Boom!
Agriculture, Economics, Geography, and Transportation (For grades made up of multiple grade levels)
Bolts & Jolts: All Aboard the Energy Train! - Grade 4
A STEM Program on Technological Development, Energy, & Problem Solving
The Museum would like to acknowledge the generosity of Elenco Electronics, Inc. for its in-kind support of Bolts & Jolts!
Thundering Prosperity - Grades 6-8
A Lesson in States' Rights, Economics, and Government Regulation
Race, Rights, and the Railroad - Grades 9-10
A Lesson in Civil Rights, Labor Unions, and Race Relations on the Railroads
Logistics & Supply Chain Management - Grades 6-8
The Art and Science of Moving Materials Efficiently in a World Economy
Taming the Giant - Grades 11-12
A Lesson in History, Economics, Government, Legislation, and Regulation