Students will virtually attend a Shrine of
Students will virtually attend a Shrine of Remembrance tour as part of their Year 10 Twentieth Century History class.
This will be held via a Google Meet link that will be provided to the student on their Google Classrooms. The classroom teacher will organise and attend the Google Meet, and the Shrine Educator will run the session. It will go for roughly 45 minutes. Students are encouraged to ask questions and share their thoughts during the video-conference.
The Shrine of Remembrance is a war memorial in Melbourne, that was built to honour the men and women of Victoria who served in World War 1. It now functions as a memorial to all Australians who have served in any war.
The Shrine of Remembrance virtual tours are live video-conference sessions, that includes a Google 3D scan and high-resolution online gallery of the Shrine building and collections which forms the basis of the tour. Tours are adapted to suit the year level, are aligned with the Victorian curriculum, and are designed to be interesting and engaging for students.
Attending the virtual tour will meet the following Victorian Curriculum Standards:
For more information, please contact Nicole Grigson or Daniel Williams.
The virtual tour will take place on Google Meet. Parents may join with their child.
(Friday) 9:00 am