Programs and Resources for Education Professionals
The Midway Village Museum Education Department offers a wide variety of history themed programs and events for all ages covering time periods from early pioneer settlement through World War II. Our education staff prides themselves in providing quality history programs that are interactive and hands-on whenever possible to interpret the rich history of Rockford and the northern Illinois region. Whether you are looking for a group tour, dynamic guest speakers, exciting school field trips or a new way to make your classroom come alive…we have the program for you.
For more information on curriculum and program content contact our Museum Educator at 815-397-9112, ext 106. To schedule a program, please use our Tour Request Form. If you are having difficulties with the form, please send your request with all information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to download the educatorguide2016-2017, to learn more about our program offerings.
“I love how the tour brought our textbook lessons to life and made it personable by relating it to Rockford.” – Tracie Wedoff, Third Grade, St. Rita School in Rockford
“What a great collaboration we shared over the last few months! Each one/all of you made such a difference in what we could do at every step of Rockford’s ‘Hometown History Week.’ I heard from several sources that the third-graders treasured their activity booklets – and so did the teachers. Thank you for everything you did.” – Rockford Lutheran Curriculum Consultant Jane Austin and the Hometown History Week crew.
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