for Educational Technologies® at Wheeling Jesuit University
is building a web site that will include a virtual tour of a children's
museum. The center wants to make sure the artifacts, activities,
and information placed in the museum will help visitors learn
more about science, math, history, and technology.
Your class has been
chosen to help with a display on the Lewis and Clark expedition.
The museum is sending you artifacts to examine. Your class will
recommend which artifacts as well as other activities and information
will work best for this display. Class members
can take on a number of roles, including historian, collection manager, activity director,
your class agrees on recommendations, you can present them through
a videoconference or Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation.
luck. The museum is counting on you.
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