The Military Communications and Electronics Museum provides a wide variety of education opportunities for school groups, youth groups and the wider community. The education program is designed to be flexible and adaptable to different learning requirements. From early-learners to life-long learners, we can tailor your visit to suit your needs. We provide immersive and experiential programming that compliments a wide range of learning as supported by our theme: The Troops, The Times, The Technology.
Developed in conjunction with Ontario Ministry of Education curriculum guidelines, our school programs explore the fascinating history of the Military Communications and Electronics Branch, offering sensory-rich, cross-curricular and authentic learning experiences that are designed to complement classroom teaching and learning. Visit length can vary according to requirements and can include (but are not limited to)such themes as:
- Remembrance Day Programming (specially curated for your class)
- First World War (elements can include: Vimy Ridge, Communications Technology, the Signaller’s Story)
- Second World War (elements can include: Women at War, Code-breaking, Communications Technology, Dieppe)
- United Nations Peacekeeping (elements can include: In the Service of Peace Gallery exploration, What is Peacekeeping?)
Not limited to school groups, the Education Program offers great learning experiences to the wider community-from youth organizations to seniors associations. The gallery contains many artifacts and displays with themes relating to history, geography, science and technology. Guided tours are available by appointment at 613-541-4675 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact us if you would like to discuss how we can curate the perfect learning experience for your group!
Below are some photographs taken during our Beyond Classrooms Educational Weeks. The Museum offers a wide variety of curriculum based programming for however long your visit.