Join us for an in-person visit at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum!
Wondering what the Beaty has to offer your classroom? The Beaty Biodiversity Museum (http://beatymuseum.ubc.ca/) contains a wide variety of specimens and information, which can be catered to learners of all ages. On this 60-minute tour, you will learn about some of our favourite stories and specimens, and be inspired to infuse a museum visit in your field trip plans! We encourage you to come early and/or stay after your tour so you can explore particular areas of the museum that are of most interest to you and your classroom.
Your registration includes a 60-minute tour with our team, and free admission for the rest of the day (to 5pm). Please register for one session.
All educators, administrators, EA's and other school support staff are welcome to attend.
Bring a notebook or tablet if you like to jot down your thoughts. Cameras are welcome (no flash). The museum is a food/drink free space, please finish your coffee, snacks, and/or lunch before entering the museum. You are welcome to bring water in a closed container. The museum is open from 10am-5pm today, you are welcome to arrive early or stay late as your day allows.
We will be walking on the tour; wear comfortable footwear or bring a mobility device that allows you to move around the museum most easily. You can read more about accessibility here: https://beatymuseum.ubc.ca/visit/about/accessibility/
Take some time to explore our website and free educator resources before or after your tour: https://beatymuseum.ubc.ca/learn/
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The Beaty Biodiversity Museum's interpretive team have backgrounds in science, arts, communication, and informal education. They will help cater the session to the group, answering your questions along the way. Interpreters lead the museum's K-12 programming and have a wealth of first hand field trip knowledge to share with you.