Object-Based Learning

Object-Based Learning

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Tahltan Tunic

The work of the Royal BC Museum helps to make family connections and history come alive. An archival photograph of First Nations dancers from the 19th century reveals a connection to the Tahltan diving raven tunic, which was on display in the Family: Bonds and Belonging exhibition. From This Week in History Season 6 Episode 2. Credit: RBCM

Bean Sauce and Drums

In this short video, a group of visitors participates in an object-based learning experience facilitated by the Royal BC Museum’s Learning Department. They come to discover the meaning of a barrel drum from the museum’s collection and its significance in the history of early Chinese Canadians. Credit: RBCM. This video was made possible by funding from the Ministry of International Trade and Responsible for Asia Pacific Strategy and Multiculturalism.


Seniors with Outreach Kit

Watch seniors experiencing object-based learning. 
Credit: RBCM