School Visits to Explore Evolution Exhibit
Explore Evolution Gallery Program
Your students are invited to explore current research in evolutionary biology in Explore Evolution, the new interactive exhibit at the Exhibit Museum of Natural History. This two-part program includes an hour of guided activities in the Explore Evolution gallery and an hour of self-guided evolutionary exploration throughout the rest of the museum. Using the concepts of variation, inheritance, selection, and time, students work in teams with a museum educator to investigate and explain seven different research projects on organisms ranging from a virus to walking whales. The self-guided portion of the visit challenges students to explore and understand the many ways we see evolution at work in the natural world, both in the fossil record and in modern biology and ecology.
Price: $4/person Scholarships and supplemental funding are available for this special program – Please ask!
MCF content benchmarks: coming soon
To register: Call (734)764-0478 to make a reservation
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