Education Resource Boxes
We have put together a series of education resource boxes as a platform for teachers to introduce a more ‘hands on’ approach to History in the classroom, as well as an understanding of the history of north-west Tasmania.
Each box has been designed alongside a teacher resource with explicit links to the Australian Curriculum and can be taught accordingly or adapted to suit an existing unit.
The range of topics covered in the boxes include:
- Did you get my message? - The history of communication in north-west Tasmania
- Chores, chores and more chores! - The history of technology in the home in north-west Tasmania
- Are we there yet? - The history of transport in north-west Tasmania
There is a small hire fee of $30 to borrow one of these boxes.
They are available to be picked up from the Burnie Regional Museum and used in your classroom for a period of up to two weeks.
The accompanying teacher resources are available for download via the above links, as well as in printed form within each box.
Please also note COVID-19 Guidelines Notice for Teachers
To book your box:
Please contact the Burnie Regional Museum
P: 6430 5746 | E: email@example.com
The museum is located in Little Alexander Street, Burnie.
If you or your school would like to receive future information regarding links with the Burnie Regional Museum, please contact us with a nominated point of contact.
To make a booking, please call us on 03 6430 5746 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can fill out the form below and we will contact you to confirm the booking.