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Unsettled – Virtual excursion (Stage 4, Stage 5, Stage 6)
This program is an extension to the Unsettled exhibition. Students will explore the untold histories behind our foundation story from First Nations’ perspectives.
The Unsettled virtual excursion is an extension to the temporary exhibition Unsettled, shown at the Australian Museum in 2021. 2020 marked the 250th anniversary of James Cook’s arrival to Australia on the HMB Endeavour and the exhibition was a First Nations response to this anniversary.
During this live session, students will explore the exhibition’s eight main themes including truth-telling, invasions within Australia’s colonial history, frontier wars, massacres and acts of genocide and resistance. Truth-telling about Australia’s past is an important process for understanding who we are now and how we came to be as a nation. We highly recommend engaging your students in the important topics explored during through the virtual excursion.
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? No
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Australian Museum
Date & Time
11-May-2022 09:30AM + Google Calendar + iCal Export
Live Event - Scheduled
$100 per class (up to 30 students), plus $50 for each additional class within the same school.
Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand
HSIE » History
Any changes to numbers or cancellations must be made in writing by emailing [email protected] before the date for Final Confirmation (14 days prior to your booking).
Sessions require a minimum of 20 students to go ahead. While we make all attempts to combine schools to reach the minimum, we may cancel sessions if this minimum number cannot be reached.
Terms and Conditions
Please ensure you read the Terms and Conditions before making a booking and refer to our Privacy statement outlining how we deal with your personal information.
Joining The Event
Requirements: Technology, Materials and Pre and Post event requirements.
To connect your classroom to the Australian Museum via virtual excursion you will need:
A reliable internet connection;
A camera and microphone connected to your device;
A device with a display, e.g. Laptop, Chromebook, iPad, Desktop.
If connecting a whole class or group together, you will also need:
A projector or screen connected to your device;
Working speakers connected to your device. Make sure they are switched on and the volume is up.
If connecting on individual devices, you will need:
Working speakers or headphones connected to your device. Make sure they are switched on and the volume is up.
The simplest way to connect is through a direct connection using Zoom. The connection does not require any software to be downloaded, but does require a computer (PC or Mac) with an internet connection, a webcam, and a microphone.
The Zoom connection to the Australian Museum is secure and private.
Connecting To The Event
After confirming your school’s booking you will receive an instructional email 7 days prior to your session, that will contain the link to the Zoom room and the passcode required to enter the room. Click on the link to open the connection in your chosen web browser. Zoom will automatically activate your device’s camera and microphone.
More Information About This Event
Students need to be supervised at all times during the virtual excursion. If students are connecting via individual computers, please remind them to turn their cameras and microphones off unless asking a question.
If you have any queries please contact the provider
Name: Australian Museum Group Bookings
Phone: +61 2 9320 6163
Email: [email protected]
Will This Event Be Recorded?