Bring The National WWII Museum into your classroom through our collection of distance learning programming! No matter your budget or level of technology, the Museum can connect with your students through interactive and dynamic Virtual Field Trips, webinars, and more.
Make history resonate with your students and bring textbooks to life through examining Museum artifacts, primary sources, and oral histories. Students have the opportunity for one-on-one discussion and interaction with Museum educators, curators, and special guests.
There’s a perfect program for every classroom!
Browse our distance learning options below and schedule a session today!
Virtual Field Trips
Schedule in-depth, hour-long programs with a Museum Educator about specific topics in World War II.
Expand the walls of your classroom and make cross-curricular connections with the Museum’s FREE webinar series.
Electronic Field Trips
Join the Museum for dynamic webcasts about compelling topics in World War II. Led by student reporters, embark on cross country explorations highlighting significant sites, important first-hand accounts, and powerful primary sources.
Bring WWII artifacts straight into your classroom by reserving a traveling artifact trunk today! Each footlocker comes loaded with about 15 actual artifacts from World War II (not reproductions!). Turn your students into history detectives as they ponder the origins and uses of these real pieces of history.
Distance Learning Program Archive
Explore the Museum’s library of past distance learning programs, now available to view on demand. Programs are easily sorted by category to find the best clip or full video to enhance your curriculum. All programs are available with English and Spanish captions.
For more information or questions on distance learning at the Museum contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.