Education at Fort Vancouver National Site
Fort Vancouver's sites offer a variety of programs for grades K-12 that meet curriculum standards in Washington and Oregon. These programs provide across-the-curriculum experiences that offer hands-on learning while celebrating the rich history and natural environment of the Pacific Northwest. Students visiting the sites are taught about the fur trade, early military life, pioneers in aviation, and natural history all in the context of the area's role in regional and national development. We invite you to explore our unique programs and take advantage of the opportunity to bring your classroom lessons to life! Class Experiment
New Teacher's Guide! Teaching the Village with Artifacts
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Fort Vancouver Teacher's Guide
The Teacher's Guide introduces educators to Fort Vancouver National Site, explains the site's educational offerings, and helps teachers maximize the benefits of school visits. This resource will help teachers prepare students for their visit and provide the information teachers need to schedule a successful field trip to Fort Vancouver National Site.
Note! Document is 80+ pages
The Teacher's Guide includes:
- Detailed information about Fort Vancouver programs
- How the programs align with Washington and Oregon curriculum standards
- Directions for planning and reserving a field trip to Fort Vancouver We look forward to seeing you and your students at Fort Vancouver!
Education Master Plan
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Note! Document is 50+ pages