Teachers' Corner eNewsletter
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Reviews of School Programs
See what other teachers and students have to say about our tours and workshops.
Self-Guided Tour Workshop
Tuesday, Oct 6, 2015 5pm-6pm • FREE
Meet with WAG educators for an overview of Olympus and learn how to tour your students through the exhibition. Register before Sept 28 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 204.789.1290.
Self-guided tour sheets are available below for early, middle, and senior years, in English and French.
Digital Teachers' Resources for Olympus
Visit this site regularly for access to a wealth of resources designed to meet Manitoba curriculum learning outcomes, including a pre-visit guide, digital classroom activities, and self-guided tour sheets for early, middle, and senior years, available in English and French all based on Olympus. FREE.
Start preparing your students for a visit to the Olympus exhibition. Check back soon for more!
Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Greece and Rome • PDF
Gods and Goddesses Family Tree • PDF
Greek and Roman Vocabulary • PDF
Greek and Roman Maps • PDF
Greek and Roman History Timeline • PDF
Self-Guided Tour Sheets
Take a tour with your class through ancient Greco-Roman times using these easy to follow, dynamic tours that connect to your curriculum outcomes.
Early Years (K-Gr. 4) • PDF
Middle Years (Gr. 5-8) • PDF
Senior Years (Gr. 9-12) • PDF
Online Classroom Resources
Helpful websites and videos from around the web for use in your classroom.
Olympus Teacher Professional Development
$65 • Friday, Feb 5, 2016 9:30am-3pm
Enrich your knowledge of ancient Greece and Rome and make connections to the Manitoba curriculum through discussion, activities, and a hands-on workshop.
Register by Jan 22, 2016 by emailing email@example.com.
Students of WAG (SoWAG)
Do you know a student who is creative and passionate about art? Then recommend them for SoWAG which provides teenagers with the opportunity to explore their creativity and design their own WAG-inspired events (while earning high-school volunteer credit!). Several schools have nominated students to sit on this board which meets regularly with WAG staff to discuss and implement programs and events aimed at a teen audience. If you know a teen who would be interested, fill out this SoWAG form and send it in to us.
Classroom Resources from Previous Exhibitions
Engage in art experiences based on our past exhibitions. These in class activities not only address curricular outcomes but offer the opportunity to build creativity and imagination.
Story Starter Kits
Art is a great story starter! Check out our free Beaverbrook Story Starter teacher kits featuring works from this world-class exhibition. Download a digital kit from the links below. Inspire your students with a fascinating selection of masterworks and lesson plans that encourage inquiry and stimulate creative thinking through conversation, sketching, and writing. Each kit serves as a flexible teaching tool that can be used in a variety of ways to fit your classroom schedule and teaching style. Enjoy our Beaverbrook Story Starter kits in the classroom and then bring your students to the exhibition to see this impressive art collection in person!