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  • The Museum Adventures with Professor Inquiry video series is designed to engage middle school students in authentic discovery and inquiry-based learning with primary sources. Join Professor Inquiry in investigating a range of puzzling museum artifacts and mysteries. Visit our site again soon as related instructional materials for each video are in producation and will be available in the next few months!  

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    This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. 

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  • The Mysterious Musical Instrument

    Do you like music? Professor Inquiry sure does. Join him in discovering the science and culture behind a mysterious musical instrument. 

    Supplemental Instructional Material: Related Curiosity Corner Edition

    Spoiler Alert! (Only click the link above if you want to know the answer to the mystery!) 

    Traveling Trunk coming soon...

  • Don't Eat the Brownie

    The Teaching Museum has a great collection of historic technological devices. But what does that have to do with desserts? Join Professor Inquiry in his quest to identify the connection... 

    Supplemental Instructional Material: Related Curiosity Corner Edition

    Spoiler Alert! (Only click the link above if you want to know the answer to the mystery!) 

    Traveling Trunk coming soon...

  • The Great Egg Hunt

    It's cleaning day at the Teaching Museum. With so many historic items to clean and keep track of, it's easy to get confused. Help Professor Inquiry keep his fossils straight. Megalodons, mammoths and eggs... oh my!

    Traveling Trunk coming soon...

  • The Message IS the Bottle

    The Teaching Museum has an interesting collection of medical instruments and oddities. Explore the collection with your favorite professor! (PS, this is a "Proof-of-Concept video--aka, an early episode.)

    Supplemental Instructional Materials: A Curiosity Corner Edition

    Traveling Trunk coming soon!

  • Getting Lost In a Map...

    In ancient times, maps were printed on paper and people studied them to figure out where things were located. Professor Inquiry is a bit lost. Could you assist? (PS, this is a "Proof-of-Concept video, meaning that it is not as fancy as some of the newer videos. Just FYI.)

    Supplemental Instructional Material: Related Curiosity Corner Edition

    Spoiler Alert! (Only click the link above if you want to know the answer to the mystery!) 

    Traveling Trunk coming soon...

     

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    Roswell, GA 30075
    Phone: 470-254-6339

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    689 North Avenue
    Hapeville, GA 30354
    Phone: 470-254-8015


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    Jena Sibille, Curator

    Amanda Smith, Teaching Specialist

    Jenga Randle, Specialist