Collaborative Program

hampton mansion in the distance with green field in front
Hampton Mansion

Our Collaborative Program is an opportunity for teachers to use park staff and sites as resources or partners for class projects. The teacher and a park staff member will collaborate on a specific art, science, ELA, history, music, theater, math, or coding project that is part of your curriculum. The collaboration will include designing and sharing pre-visit materials and in-class Zoom sessions with an on-site staff member as research/inspiration/feedback for the project.

The Collaborative Program can include:
  • Access to images, videos, documents, maps, biographies, and activities from Hampton and Fort McHenry
  • Having park staff take new photos and video of specific parts of the sites for student use
  • Up to two virtual meetings with park staff to develop a project, select resources and design project outcomes
  • Virtual in-class visits (up to two) with park staff for 10-20 minutes each. These visits can include virtual tours of the park, examination of artifacts, and Q and A
  • Park staff sharing feedback on student work or answering questions for works in progress via the Student Questions Form
  • Opportunities to display student work, with permission, on our websites/social media.
To register for a Collaborative Project, fill out this Collaborative Project Form. If you have any questions about the Collaborative Project, email the EKO Education Coordinator.

Some Resources to Get You Started:

Comic Book Template (doc)

Quilt Template (doc)

Educational Resources for Digital Learning (page)

Fort McHenry Buildings and Vocabulary (doc)

Freedom Seeking Graphic Organizer (doc)

People page on Hampton National Historic Site website (page)

People page on Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine website (page)

Last updated: November 15, 2020

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