Learn about world cultures past and present as you interact with Archaeology & Anthropology Experts and World Culture Educators—all without leaving your home or classroom! Virtual International Classroom (IC) workshops provide learners of all ages with opportunities for global learning and intercultural conversations.
Learn more about a country directly from a person who lived there! This series provides very personal student interactions with educators from around the globe.
Our Museum-affiliated scholars share their experiences in the field through visuals, hands-on activities, and interactive discussions.
Grades: PreK-2, 3-5, 6-8
Museum educators provide a live Museum-themed lesson in real time, covering topics such as mummification and daily life in ancient Rome. Our virtual workshops are designed to engage students through inquiry, object analysis, hands-on activities, and demonstrations. For more information visit our Interactive Virtual Learning page.
Connect without the need for special equipment or extra downloads! After you schedule your program, you will have access to technical support from our staff.
While we can connect on any digital platform, the Penn Museum continues to offer secure virtual spaces with one-click connection to most internet-supported hardware, such as video conferencing systems (H.323), laptops, desktops, and mobile devices.
Request Your Virtual International Classroom Program
Please use our virtual programs form to begin scheduling your Virtual International Classroom program. You will be contacted by our Outreach Programs Manager to discuss program details and to schedule a test call. Each 15-minute test call is scheduled one week prior to your program and is conducted to determine the integrity of the connection between the Penn Museum and participating school.
Cost (30 students per workshop)
$225.00 for each Virtual International Classroom Workshop offering
Save $50 off your booking if you request by November 1, 2021!
1-30 students are recognized as one class
30-60 students are recognized as two classes
60-90 students are recognized as three classes
Visit the Penn Museum Website in September for upcoming offerings to educators and students.