Recorded November 16, 2023
In this OER Project Presents session, we're joined by Eleanor Sweeney and Lauren Brown from the Chicago Field Museum. Our hosts share instructional ideas on how to bring to life the Agricultural Revolution for students, explore recent perspectives, and partner with your local museum. The session also features a discussion with a panel of long-time history educators. Join us for an insightful talk that will deepen your knowledge of this critical period in history.
About OER Project Presents
Hosted by academics or experts in their fields, these specialized sessions provide a deeper look at content and skills that you can use in your classroom today. Visit our Video Library and filter for Professional Development to watch past events!
About the Field Museum
Since opening in 1894, the Field Museum's collection has grown to nearly 40 million artifacts and specimens. The breadth of its mission has expanded, too. The Field Museum continues to research the objects in its collections, as well as document previously unknown species, conserve ecosystems in its backyard and across the globe, educate budding scientists, invite cross-cultural conversation, and more—all to ensure that our planet thrives for generations to come.