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Preview image from Dreams of a Haida Child

In just a few months the Museum will be releasing a new packet of activity sheets designed to engage families in our historic Hall of Northwest Coast Indians. At the same time we will release a new app, developed with … Continue reading

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The Augmented Activity Guide Program Culminating Event

The second week of the Augmented Activity Guide Program flew by in a blur as the GK Leaders worked hard to develop and design their activity pages. Early in the week they had the opportunity to meet, via Skype, Nadine … Continue reading

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“Making History in a Place of History” – More on Youth Geeking Out on Northwest Coast Content

Last week my post on the Museum’s collaboration with Global Kids to produce a prototype for a new family activity guide for our Hall of Northwest Coast Indians tended to focus on the getting-up & running-around activities, like this one: … Continue reading

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Developing a “Need to Know” around Native Cultural Treasures

In my last post, I introduced a bit of the early feel of our Augmented Activity Guide program. (I know… terrible name. We had a good one for a time, but when the program outgrew it we never found a … Continue reading

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Sneak Peak at New Digital Project on Hall of Northwest Coast Indians

This week a sizable crew of us from the Museum are working downtown at the offices of Global Kids, Inc, through a two week partnership. The project is teaching the Global Kids youth leaders about our Hall of Northwest Coast … Continue reading

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