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Digital Adventure: Connected Learning for All Ages
The Detroit Historical Society is pleased to be a partner for Detroit Public Television's "Digital Adventure" Program.
Digital Adventure: Connected Learning for All Ages is a program that allows young people to document their learning outside the classroom by collecting electronic “badges” to store in an electronic “backpack.” Part of DPTV’s Education Department and with support from Community Telecommunications Network, the program is for all learners from pre-school to adult.
The Detroit Historical Society offers two badges, one at each museum! Individuals and families are invited to uncover Detroit’s history. Become a “history traveler” as you explore museum exhibits and answer questions using our “Passport to Learning” booklet.
Detroit Historical Museum Passport to Learning Badge
Do you know what three countries are represented on the city’s flag? Or who drove the first car in Detroit? Or the city’s code name on the Underground Railroad? Grab your passport and find the answers and complete fun activities in our galleries! Complete all the activities and we’ll stamp your passport!
Dossin Great Lakes Museum Passport to Learning Badge
Do you know who the first European explorers to see Detroit were? Or what the purpose of a pilot house is? Or how a hydroplane boat works? Grab your passport and find the answers and complete fun activities in our galleries! Complete all the activities and we’ll stamp your passport!
The “Passport to Learning” badges are available to individuals or family groups of up to 10 people at the desk at each museum’s main entrance. It will take approximately 90-minutes to complete this badge.
For more information about Connected Learning or to register for your "backpack", visit www.digitaladventure.org