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New Directed Inquiry Field Trip

  • This school year, Levine Museum is piloting new learning tools for students K-12.  
  • This pilot is called the Directed Inquiry Field Trip. It is a fun, interactive way to explore the museum in a meaningful way.
  • This pilot is designed to align with history and social studies standards for the schools.
  • The Directed Inquiry Field Trip takes 2 hours and includes a 10-minute orientation to new learning tools, an activity-based 90-minute museum visit, and ends with a 20-minute classroom session.
  • Your experiences and feedback on this pilot program will help us refine these learning tools for the future.
  • Levine Museum offers this experience for $5 a student.  
  • Levine Museum requires 1 adult chaperone for every 10 students participating. Chaperones receive free admission!
  • Levine Museum can accommodate 75 schoolchildren per Directed Inquiry Field Trip at one time, subject to availability. We can help you plan your day.
  • Is your school Title I? Ask about special discounts for Title I schools.
  • Schools will receive an information packet prior to your field trip to help you prepare.

Click here to register. 




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