Students work as a team to complete five scenarios, demonstrating the different key competencies to ensure they successfully 'Save the Museum'.
- Years 4-8, maximum 30 students
- $5 per student for a one and a half hour programme
- Term 4, Wed to Fri 2017
- Throughout the Museum
- New Zealand Curriculum
- Key competencies
- Related galleries
- Our galleries
Can you keep Auckland Museum open?
This programme is set around the scenario of 'a day in the life' of the Museum.
On this day some Museum employees have mysteriously disappeared and the Museum finds itself short-staffed. This raises concerns that, without special assistance, the Museum will not be able to properly safeguard its collections and may have to close to the public. A call for help is made and the students participating in this education programme take up the challenge.
To successfully save the Museum students will:
- work as a team to complete five scenarios which take them all over the Museum
- assume the different roles of Museum staff
- learn the skills of various Museum specialists and their importance to the Museum
- demonstrate the different key competencies to ensure success.
The first team that completes all tasks successfully has saved the Museum – keeping the Museum running and the collections safe.
This programme is assisted by LEOTC and funded by the Ministry of Education.