Distance Learning

Distance Learning is a selection of engaging programs that provide interactive opportunities for students to explore the life and legacy of President Kennedy through discussion and activities on U.S. history, world history, the Civil Rights Movement, oral history and the role of the historian.

All distance learning programs are aligned to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills Connections (TEKS) and the National Standards for United States History. Click here for the TEKS program alignment.

The complete list of Education programs offered through distance learning is available in the 2022-2023 Education Programs Guide.  

Museum Educator presents to students virtually from the Sixth Floor exhibit.

How to Book a Distance Learning Program

All distance learning programs are designed to be 50 minutes in length. To request a program for your class or campus, complete the Book a School Visit form. Museum staff will respond via email to your request. Please note that submitting a request does not represent a confirmed date and time for your distance learning program.

Distance Learning Programs are offered via Zoom through Connect2Texas. For connection information, please click here.


Presidential Primary Sources Project
Free Student Webinar 

Civil Rights to Human Rights: JFK, MLK and RFK 

Tuesday, February 7
10–11 a.m. and 1–2 p.m. CST
Free 

Civil rights was a major issue during the 1960s, taking center stage during President Kennedy’s time in office. See how leaders began to shift their focus from civil rights issues to human rights by the end of the decade. Explore how President Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy impacted the United States then and now.

Register here: 2023 Presidential Primary Sources Project Program

This program is offered as part of the Presidential Primary Sources Project.