About Youtuber The Las Vegas Natural History Museum inspires, through educational exhibits and programs, a better understanding and appreciation of the natural world, the sciences, and ourselves. Subscribe to explore the wonders of the Museum with us!
Frequency 11 videos / quarter
Since Mar 2012
About Youtuber Thirty years ago, the Museum of Children's Arts committed to bringing arts education programs to East Bay schools and communities. MOCHA's presence is felt-in low-income communities, in public and private schools, in libraries, and at our Oakland based studios and gallery. Using the power of art as a learning tool, MOCHA collaborates with artists, educators, parents, and students. Arts education is a vital part of young people's social, emotional, and cultural development.
Frequency 16 videos / year
Since Apr 2020
About Youtuber Museum Educators of Southern California (MESC) is an inclusive alliance of critically aware museum educators who cultivate and build strategic relationships rooted in sharing resources and encouraging experimentation that empowers the field. MESC is one of the oldest and largest museums education professional organizations in the country providing Southern California museum educators with professional development, theoretical discourse, practical training, and networking for over 30 years.
Frequency 1 video / quarter
Since Aug 2014
About Youtuber View videos about objects, artifacts, classrooms, and activities undertaken by primary school students between 1870 and 1970 in public schools in New South Wales, Australia. The NSW Schoolhouse Museum of Public Education collects and protects buildings, interiors, and objects relating to schooling from Kindergarten to Year 6. The museum is located in North Ryde, NSW, and operates a comprehensive education program. It is open for school excursions and booked tours during school term times.
Frequency 6 videos / quarter
Since Oct 2018
About Youtuber Education videos concerning our beautiful Laramie Plains Museum at the Historic Ivinson Mansion here in Laramie, Wyoming. The Ivinson Mansion was built in 1892 by Edward and Jane Ivinson. The Ivinsons arrived in Laramie on the first passenger train in 1868 and through their great works of philanthropy were instrumental in growing Laramie from a small, wild rail town to the city it is today.
Frequency 5 videos / quarter
Since May 2020