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Gallery + Classroom Program—St. Louis: A History in Photographs

Dates Available: September 8, 2017–May 25, 2018

Grade Level: K–5th, 6th–12th

Minimum Number of Students: 25 students

Maximum Number of Students: 70 students

Gallery Visited: Panoramas of the City

Program Duration: 2 hours

Description
What was St. Louis like in the past? Students will encounter our city’s historic people and places through giant, immersive panoramic photographs. From Charles Lindbergh's homecoming and baseball games to protests and disaster relief, students will synthesize these landmark events to gain a deeper understanding of the complexities of St. Louis’s growth, changes, challenges, and accomplishments.

More details to come about this Gallery + Classroom program!


 Please read our K-12 Policiesbefore booking this program.

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Critical Thinking
Regardless of which field-trip experience you choose, all of our K–12 programs are designed to emphasize the critical thinking skills students use at museums, in the classroom, and as lifelong learners. Each one facilitates experiences in which learners can individually and collaboratively use Museum spaces, objects, and content to:

  • compare and contrast the past and the present
  • make connections between the people, places, and stories of history and their own experiences
  • comprehend and evaluate multiple perspectives and past choices
  • express and support their personal views on history

Here are some Pre-Visit Activities and other resources.


Program Modifications
We understand that many factors may cause your bus to be late. However, due to other group reservations and the schedules of our museum educators, we can't extend the length of your visit past your reservation time.

If you arrive late, we'll still do our best to deliver the program you reserved. However, modifications may be necessary depending on your arrival time. (NOTE: Excessively late groups can expect significant program changes.)

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