2022 STEAM Education Field Trips
The Central BC Railway and Forestry Museum provides an informative and enjoyable STEM, and curriculum based experience on the relevance and impact of resource extraction, or on the types of power that locomotives and rolling stock use on site.
Students of all ages will encounter a memorable and educational experience.
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Create relevant programming experiences that will amplify learning development for your students. First, select the educational program relevant for your classroom from the options we provide. Next, customize your visit with our Programming Team.
Natural Resources & Extraction
The Natural Resources and Extraction program offers information on the relationship between people and the environment. Students will acquire knowledge on the ways in which we shape the local environment, and how our location shapes who we are and how we live. The program includes a variety of interactive ways to learn such as worksheets, hands on learning, as well as a tour of the equipment previously used to extract natural resources in Northern British Columbia.
Energy & Machines
The Energy and Machines educational program teaches students about the energy, force, and the technological innovations of the railway industry in Northern British Columbia. Moreover, the program offers information on the types of energy in relation to locomotives, as well as the impact of energy transformation on the environment. In addition, the education program includes a variety of interactive ways to learn such as worksheets, hands on activities, as well as a tour of the various ways in which railway equipment is powered in Northern British Columbia.
The History of Forestry in Northern British Columbia program provides students with the opportunity to learn about how forestry has developed across time. In addition, the program will teach participants about how trees are harvested, and the technology used in the process of extraction. Moreover, the education program includes a variety of interactive ways to learn such as worksheets, hands on activities, as well as a tour of the forestry equipment that was utilized in Northern British Columbia.