FHCAM provides various resources and curriculum for teachers, school groups, and home school students, either as a way to enhance an FHCAM tour or as an individual learning experience.
FHCAM can easily accommodate school groups for educational tours. Tours are available during standard FHCAM operating hours. Large (30+ groups should provide at least one month notice to help us optimize your experience.
Exhibits and Curriculum
Chronicles of Courage: Stories of Wartime and Innovation
A groundbreaking project more than 15 years in the making, Chronicles of Courage is one of the largest oral history video archives on war and aviation ever created.
Learn about WWII from the people that experienced it with 330+ interviews from veterans around the world. In addition, 20 short form, subject specific videos examine the technological innovations of WWII. Each of these short form videos has associated curricula.
Why War: The Causes of Conflict
Why War: The Causes of Conflict delves into the various causes, moments, and factors that can bring nations into devastating conflict. Built with Washington state education standards in mind and ideally suited for a middle or high school social studies class, Why War uses multimedia content to provide an enriching, interactive experience for students of all ages.
In addition, ten Why War curricula modules are available to prepare students for a visit to this exhibit.
In Class Outreach
FHCAM education staff and docents are here to serve the community. If your class would benefit from an introduction to World War II in your classroom prior to a visit to FHCAM, please contact Justin Spielmann, FHCAM Education Coordinator (email@example.com).
For Additional Information
If you have any questions about FHCAM's educational programming, would like to schedule a tour, or provide feedback please contact Justin Spielmann, FHCAM Education Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org).