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How can my students learn through the SA Maritime Museum?

  • Visit the SA Maritime Museum at the beginning, middle or end of a learning program to stimulate, inform or consolidate the learning process for your students.
  • A visit to the SA Maritime Museum can include a range of hands-on experiences in the Bond Store, a lighthouse climb and Port River cruise.
  • Use this website as a resource and as an online learning experience.
  • Book your students into one of the learning programs; participate in professional development or special events. Information about these programs can be found on the website.
  • Contact the Education Manager at the SA Maritime Museum for assistance in planning your museum visit and other learning experiences. The Education Manager can support you in accessing relevant resources for your learning program and in planning appropriate strategies to support all learners.


Phone: (08) 8207 6255


Email:  maritime@history.sa.gov.au

 

Consider the wider Port Adelaide precinct in planning your learning experiences.

Professional Learning

Professional Learning sessions support understadning of the Australian Curriculum and align with the Professional Standards for Teachers.

Bookings can be made through the museum on 8207 6255.

 

 

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An Education Manager is based at the South Australian Maritime Museum to develop and deliver education programs which support teachers in using the museum as a resource to address curriculum learning outcomes. The Education Manager is available to assist with planning excursions and learning activities and can work with school groups when negotiated prior to the visit.

     
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