About History Live
Our museum educators deliver lessons live to students all over the world—any location with an internet connection can participate.
How Does it Work?
History Live is two-way audio and visual communication between two locations via the internet. In plain English: Your students can see and hear the museum educator on the screen and the museum educator can see and hear your students.
Aligned to Standards
All programs are based on national and state academic standards.
History Live Scholarship
Scholarships are granted first come, first serve until our in-kind gift exceeds 40-45 lessons. Schools in Minnesota that have at least 75% enrollment in the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program qualify for up to four lessons on the same day with up to 60 students per lesson. With over 75% FFRL schools will receive a 20% discount per program.
History Live Event: Maud Hart Lovelace
Join Maud through History Live and participate in the Maud Hart Lovelace Youth Reading Award at your school. Available only October 25, 2017 and April 27, 2018.
Sign up for one or both events.