LAST CHANCE TO EXPLORE MOUNT VERNON
through the 2011-2012 school year
“Exploring Mount Vernon” is now available on multiple websites!
On February 15th, over 850,000 students and 1,776 teachers nationwide explored the historic Mount Vernon estate, experienced 18th century lifestyles, and learned about General and Mrs. George Washington from on-air experts and historical interpreters in a LIVE electronic field trip.
Click on any of the following web links to again journey into the past by watching the recorded electronic field trip!
IQ Learning Network (Alabama Public Television)
Alabama residents: log on to http://www.aptplus.org/ and sign in with
your APTPLUS Username and Password to enter Learn360 to stream
“Exploring Mount Vernon” from the Learn360 website.
Non-Alabama residents: Learn360 is a leased database and requires
registration in Learn360 to access all content including “Exploring
Mount Vernon.” Log on to http://www.learn360.com/ and sign in with
your Learn360 Username and Password to stream “Exploring Mount
Vernon” from the Learn360 website.
Don’t forget the wealth of teacher resources and student interactive opportunities available online. Click on Resources to record your students describing their Mount Vernon adventures in VoiceThread and share with other intrepid explorers! Click View Questions to review the answers to student-asked questions and click Learning Objects to access lessons designed to enhance the field trip experience.
THANK YOU for participating in “Exploring Mount Vernon”! Click on Mount Vernon Estate, Museum & Gardens for more information on the historic home of the nation’s first president.
Stay tuned for more live, electronic field trip from the IQ Learning Network! Although produced for students, these exciting adventures are available to all lifelong learners.