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Virtual Museum hyperdoc Template ready for ELA presentations, gallery walks, Science fairs, Art shows, historical research


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Subject ArtsDance, Drama, Music, Visual ArtsCareer and Technical EducationAccounting, Animal Science, Auto Technology, Banking Services, Business Management and Administration, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Electrical/Construction, Health Careers, Hospitality and Tourism, Industrial and Technology Education, Information TechnologyDigital Literacy and CitizenshipBasic Operations and Concepts, Computer Practices and Programming, Digital Safety and Ethics, Digital Tools and Collaboration, Employability Skills, Technology Research ToolsEnglish Language ArtsLanguage, Reading Foundational Skills, Reading Standards for Fiction, Reading Standards for Informational Text, Speaking and Listening, WritingHealth and WellnessAlcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs, Growth and Development, Injury Prevention and Safety, Mental, Emotional and Social Health, Nutrition, Personal and Community HealthMathExpressions and Equations, Fractions, Functions, Geometry, Mathematical Functions, Measurement and Data, Number and Operations in Base 10, Number and Quantity, Operations and Algebraic Thinking, Ratios and Proportional Relationships, Statistics and Probability, The Number SystemPhysical EducationFitness, Games and Sports, Motor Skills, Teamwork and Social InteractionScienceBiology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Crosscutting Concepts, Earth and Space Science, Engineering, Technology, and Application of Science, Life Science, Physical Science, Science and Engineering Practices, Scientific Thinking and InquirySocial StudiesAmerican Revolution, Ancient Civilizations, Civic Participation, Civics and Government, Civil Rights, Colonies, Crusades, Current Events, Economics, Exploration, Financial Literacy, Geography, Government, Great Depression, Historical Thinking, Immigration, Middle Ages, National and Western Expansion, Native Americans, Personal Finance, Prehistory, Research Skills, State and Local History, The Civil War, The Renaissance, US Government, US History, World Geography, World History, World War I, World War IIWorld Languages and CulturesAmerican Sign Language, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Russian, Spanish
Grade Level Grades 3-12
Resource Type Activity, Handout

About This Lesson

This is an incredible tool especial for our social isolation condition that David Lee has shared. He created the beautiful virtual world shell awaiting you to help your students display and share it with their world.  He has already created a virtual Museum that is ready for displaying student world. It is navigational. It is in PowerPoint like many hyperdoc ( I think the best ones are in that format). He helped  a science teacher with their display in this "space." It is amazing! I think that it should be on you go to folder for everything you create. It is easy to overlook as it is a tool to enhance other units.  Virtual Museum Template created David Lee is editable as it is a movement that believes in that open and free access in education. I don't believe that education should be like Bette says of love in The Rose,'..only for the lucky and the few." Put it some place you have to look at it frequently or you'll forget and have trouble finding it!!! The possibilities are limited only by your creative imagination!




Virtual Museum Template.pptx

June 5, 2020
4.23 MB

SDGs Resource Collection.pdf

Handout, Worksheet
June 4, 2020
894.95 KB
3 Reviews
Very nice, also creative and appropriate for the context. Thanks a lot!
Francisco Orozco
January 24, 2021
Hi Donna, Wow! What am wonderful idea to create a code museum. I wish I could see it. Thank you for taking the time to share your modifications as I think it helps other think of other modifications.
December 21, 2020
Especially during the times of simultaneously teaching with some of my students on Zoom and some in-person in my classroom, the use of the this literal virtual museum was exciting to use. I did have to add more slides for my larger classes, thus I followed the example and created my own. We are studying espionage, so we created a code museum with each child researching, creating videos, and then adding their link to their exhibit number. This saved me time and gave me inspiration. I used this with gifted 7th graders. Thanks.
Donna Matthews 1
November 21, 2020