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The Librarian Is In! is an online service of Minnesota Libraries where parents, educators, and students ages 12-18 can find information, classroom resources, and research help 24/7.
The Children's Garden consists of eight individual gardens that educators, parents and children, ages 0-18, can visit. The Garden has lesson plans, worksheets, and interactive backpacks for families and classrooms.
Online guide to help high school students think through the process of planning for college, learn how to choose a college, and how best to prepare for a health career.
Visit the historic Congdon estate and learn about the early 1900s in Duluth.
GMD develops exhibitions and related programs that explore design history, designers' process, and the importance of design in solving community problems.
The friendly staff at the Health Careers Center wants to help you explore and prepare for a health career. Information is available online, or arrange a visit.
(612) 624-6767
This is My Home is a joint initiative of the Minnesota Department of Human Rights and the University of Minnesota Human Rights Resource Center to integrate and simplify human rights education in K-12 schools statewide.
Minnesota Digital Library's Minnesota Reflections is an online collection of over 30,000 photographs, documents, maps and other items pertaining to Minnesota's history and can be found at
Minnesota: A History of the Land is a four-part video series that chronicles changes in Minnesota's landscapes from the time of glaciers to today's urban sprawl, exploring the ways humans and nature have shaped Minnesota. Companion student curriculum and viewers guides are available.
Attend campus concerts and explore other musical opportunities.
Music performances by U of M music students
Juniors and seniors in a MN public, private, charter, or home school who meet certain requirements may enroll in classes at UMC.
Juniors and seniors in a MN public, private, charter, or home school who meet certain requirements may enroll in classes at UMD.
Theater performances by U of M Theater students
Designed for secondary school students and their teachers, the Research Project Calculator is a five step model for navigating a research project, helping set goals and manage the timeline. The Research Project Calculator is based on the original Assignment Calculator from the U of M Libraries.
The Arts at UMM page provides information for students, parents, and educators regarding student clubs and a variety of performances going on in the art community at the University of Minnesota-Morris.
Tweed Museum of Art is a "learning laboratory" for the visual arts, which can be utilized to relate directly to an inter-disciplinary curriculum. Museum exhibitions and programs can be used to inspire and teach students from many contexts and teaching disciplines.
K-12 students, parents and educators can arrange to visit campus and participate in an activity featuring art in the museum's collection or the inventive architecture of Weisman's Frank Gehry-designed building.
Minnesota 4-H Youth Development offers a range of short and long term educational programs that meet the needs of young people from kindergarten through one year past high school.
4-H members participate in clubs, special-interest groups, after-school programs, camping, youth-teaching-youth school enrichment, mentoring, team-based learning, on-line learning and showcase experiences including the county/state fair.
Prospective student visits with their parents. Visit with DUGS and tour wind tunnel labs.
The Bell Museum provides a variety of STEM programming such as natural history diorama tours, science lab programs and ExploraDome shows to PreK - 12 school groups as well as summer camps and weekend programs to youth and families.
(612) 626-3858
The Boulder Lake Environmental Education Program focuses on full-scale natural resource management and ecological research education. Located just 18 miles north of Duluth, Boulder Lake Management Area is an active “working forest” surrounding a hydroelectric power reservoir. Our outside classroom includes access to lakes, streams, ponds, wetlands, bogs, gravel pits, and forests. The diversity of plants and animals, cultural history, and ongoing stewardship of land and water make Boulder Lake Management Area an ideal setting for education.
The University of Minnesota Twin Cities and The University of Minnesota Medical School-Duluth Neuroscience faculty, graduate students, and staff volunteer their time to reach fifth and sixth grade school children in the Metro area and greater Minnesota and teach them about the brain and the nervous system. In addition, the BAW program is proud to sponsor the Brain Bee, a neuroscience based competition for high-school aged students (ninth thru twelfth) each year.
Art Education professor Alison Aune and Fatih Benzer will collaborate with the Duluth Sister Cities Commission to offer a five-week series of 2 hour art programs twice a week at UMD for children, ages 10-14, that will offer art classes to explore Duluth artists at the Tweed Museum of Art and to foster the creative process in youth through hands-on art explorations in drawing, photo, printing and painting.