School programs and resources
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Virtual learning: Colonial life: Invasion and settlement
An interactive program that addresses the impact of colonial practices on the First Peoples of Victoria.
Virtual learning: First Peoples: Country and Culture
An interactive program that explains the relationship between country and culture for the First Peoples of Victoria.
Students learn about how daily life has changed for Aboriginal children and their families.
Place and culture
Students learn about the diversity and longevity of Australia’s First Peoples and the significance of place to their culture and identity.
Our shared history
Students learn about the diversity and longevity of Australia’s First Peoples and the impact of colonisation on their daily life and culture.
Students learn about the diversity of Victoria’s First Peoples as the longest continuous culture in the history of the world.
The modern world
Students learn about the diversity of Victoria’s First Peoples and how they have fought for their country and their rights.
A guide for deeper learning
Students learn about the complexity and diversity of Australia’s First Peoples and reflect on their own cultural practices.
First Peoples gallery visit
Self-directed trails for learning in First Peoples.
Teacher resources for First Peoples
Extend your experience of the First Peoples exhibition with these resources for the classroom.
Experience Museums Victoria from your classroom with this series of virtual learning sessions.
Road to Zero VCE Health and Human Development Program
An interactive, app-guided learning experience for Units 3&4 VCE Health and Human Development students.
Virtual Learning: Climate change and Victoria's future
Learn why the Earth’s climate is changing, and what we can do to help.
Virtual learning: Schoolyard Bugs!
Learn about insects and spiders and explore Museums Victoria’s amazing collection of bugs!
Virtual learning: A toy box tale
This interactive semi-animated program, based on My grandmother's toy box storybook, provides a unique view of life in the past.
Treasures of the Natural World
See the world’s biggest, rarest, oldest and most fascinating treasures direct from London’s Natural History Museum.
600 Million Years gallery visit
Journey back in time, 600 million years ago, and discover Victoria’s amazing past through the fossil record.
Bugs Alive! gallery visit
Uncover live insects and explore over 100 types of bugs and spiders from the museum’s collection in this exhibition.
Dinosaur Walk gallery visit
Walk among the skeletons of amazing animals from the past – dinosaurs, flying reptiles and megafauna.
Dunny Detectives: Excavating Little Lon
Students take on the role of detectives/archaeologists to uncover the truth of Melbourne’s past.
Dynamic Earth gallery visit
Discover how Earth formed, how earthquakes and volcanoes occur, and see amazing rocks and minerals from Museums Victoria’s collection.
Forest Secrets gallery visit
Take a journey through a living gallery to discover stories about environments and change in Victoria's tall forests.
Marine Life gallery visit
Journey under Victoria’s seas to discover hidden and unfamiliar worlds which are spectacular, diverse, unique and vulnerable.
Resources to engage students in deeper gallery learning, covering a range of investigative topics from the VCE study design.
The Melbourne Enquiry: self-directed
Students undertake an enquiry for the City of Melbourne about the history of the city and possibilities for its future.
VCES Climate Change and Victoria's Future
Students develop their science communication skills as they learn about climate change, and what it means for Victoria's future.
Students become mini-geologist and filmmakers as they learn about rocks and create short documentaries to communicate their findings.
Top Designs 2020
Celebrate 20 years of creative problem solving by Victoria’s emerging young designers.
600 million years in 60 seconds
Make a 60 second movie to communicate science using the 600 Million Years: Victoria evolves exhibition.
Road to Zero: Road Safety Experience
A world-first road safety education experience to create a new generation of safe young road users.
Road to Zero physics challenge
A virtual reality physics experiment where students explore the impacts of speeds and friction on stopping distances.
Getting the message
Students make a collaborative community health video campaign with a compelling call to action to reinforce positive road usage.
Dinosaurs and living things
Become a junior palaeontologist as you discover dinosaur fossils and traces of other living things.
Melbourne Story gallery visit
Students can encounter the people, places and events that have made Melbourne the city it is today.
Road to Zero: Regional In-School Program
Victorian secondary schools more than two hours drive from Melbourne Museum can now book the travelling In-School Program.