Playlists are like ‘mixtapes’ that anyone—including you—can put together and share using materials on the Learning Portal.
You can handpick Learning Portal videos, sounds, images and pathways to create your own playlist on whatever theme you like. Playlists can be enjoyed on their own for fun or as educational resources.
To upload your own content to the Learning Portal, ask to become a co-creator after creating your profile. We look forward to exchanging ideas with learners from all across the province.
Make a Playlist:
- Login at the Playlist Dashboard
- To add content, click on any Learning Portal object with a blue plus button
- If you are a co-creator, select “Create New Entry” to upload your own files
OB16's informative view on the significance of the Bowker Creek watershed restoration! Starting this project we asked: What is the importance of restoring Bowker Creek?. Hope you enjoy!
In this playlist ,we will be writing about Riparian Ecosystems affect a streams water quality, health, and the biodiversity. A Riparian ecosystem is interesting because it has both land and Aquatic organisms. This biodiversity creates alot of benefits for the ecosystem, and the organisms in the Riparian zone. We hope you enjoy.
There are many native plants around a riparian ecosystem like the Bowker Creek, but what did the Indigenous use them for? See for yourself different native plants and what they were used for.
Heritage Inquiry Blueprint, timeline and useful resources compiled by Sarah McLeod and Sarah Isbister. We have put this resource together to support our colleagues embarking on Heritage Inquiry and Heritage Fair projects with their students. Access the document here
We've been spending lots of tine outside hiking around saturna... this week our class started species journals: doing field sketches and then using field guides to identify the plants. check out a link to the learning portal: https://learning.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/pathways/native-plants-south-coast/
Although unimposing in appearance this Brown Glazed Stoneware has an interesting story. Born in the kilns of Guangdong Provence, China, it journeyed 10,289 km to Victoria. Its contents were consumed by the Chinese workers and reused for storing homemade Chinese liquor. These jars reflect both the daily life of China Town and its seedier underbelly.
This playlist accompanies the Photography Mystery lesson plan on the Hannah Maynard Pathway.
This playlist collects Learning Portal resources to support sessions at the Historical Thinking Winter Institute at Royal BC Museum February 15 & 16, 2019. It also supports activities or lessons you can do back in the classroom or wherever you work, including primary sources from BC Archives and suggestions on how to investigate these sources…
This short video is part of the Royal BC Museum This Week in History series on Chek TV. It was recorded in fall of 2018. It gives a brief overview of what the Learning Portal is about and some of the technologies we are using to improve your experience here on the Portal.