Education at the MOA puts history in the hands of your students.
MOA education programming is designed to complement the Ontario learning curriculum with a specific focus on science, technology, social studies, and mathematics. We provide hands-on experiences that expand your classroom and encourage students to engage and personally connect with Ontario’s past.
Field Trips & More
We offer a variety of on-site educational programming for elementary, high school and post-secondary institutions as well as home-school options. Support workers for individual students are admitted free.
Elementary Grades 1 – 8
Programs are available in half-day (2-hour) and full-day (4-hour) options. Full-day programs include a 30-minute lunch break. Teachers are required to provide a teacher/chaperone ratio of 10:1 ratio and are admitted free.
High School Grades 9 – 12
Secondary school programs are available in half-day (2 hour) and full-day (4-hour) options. Connect with us to discuss how to customize your program to suit your class’s needs.
Postsecondary School: College & University
We can accommodate post-secondary tours, specialized workshops, and/or multi-day projects. Our experts in museum studies and archaeology can work with you to create a unique and experiential program that suits your student’s interests and needs.
Museum School London
In collaboration with the London Heritage Council
The MOA collaborates with the London Heritage Council to host week-long Museum School programming. Please contact us or the LHC for more information or to book your classroom experience.
Virtual Education Programs
Virtual education provides a remote option to on-site learning. This is a great way for teachers who are interested in incorporating archaeology / history / heritage programs into their classrooms, but are time or location-constrained.
Online Virtual Education Programs
Our virtual education programs complement the Ontario curriculum and are tailored to different grade levels. Virtual programs can be customized to your classroom needs with pre-activity, live tours, and post-activity options. Our virtual programs require no special materials and contain only optional printables. We use a combination of videos, Google Slides, and interactive worksheets to build programs with varying and engaging activities.
60 min live outreach
We are also delighted to accommodate online learning options to classrooms in northern Canadian Territories and Provinces through Connected North.
Bring the MOA to you!
We offer a range of community outreach programs for children, youth, adults and seniors that are designed to engage and learn about archaeology. We visit local schools, libraries, events and other activities off-site with educational materials, hands-on activities, and/or gift-shop items.