Dates Available: April 10–May 31
Grade Level: This program is available for 6th–12th grades only.
Minimum Number of Students: 10 students
Maximum Number of Students: 35 students
Program Duration: 1 hour
How did St. Louisans experience World War I? Students will critically examine war-time posters, considering their audiences and their messages. They'll also evaluate how the battlefields and home fronts have changed over time.
Regardless of which field trip experience you choose, all of our programs are designed to emphasize the critical thinking skills students use in museums, the classroom, and as lifelong learners. These big goals drive our program creation, our staff training, and our program evaluation for a holistic and outcome-driven approach.
For all K–12 programs we strive to create and facilitate experiences in which learners will individually and collaboratively use Museum spaces, objects, and content to:
- compare and contrast the past and present
- make connections between the people, places, and stories of history and their personal experience
- comprehend and evaluate multiple perspectives and past choices
- express and support their own perspectives on history
We understand that there are many factors that 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 do our best to still deliver the program you reserved; however, modifications may be necessary depending on your arrival time. For groups that are excessively late, significant changes to your program will be necessary.