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How to Use this Site

This site is designed for both educators and students.

Educators:
If you are an educator, the site can be used:

1 as a resource for standards-based student lesson activities for a variety of disciplines and adaptable to a variety of grade levels
2 as an incentive to encourage high quality student work
3 to find suggestions for enhancing a planned visit to the Transit Museum with in-class and independent student activities
4 as starting point to use web-based tools which are available to you and your students to enhance your transit-related lessons and to showcase their work
Architect’s rendering, standard IRT entrance kiosk, circa 1900.
Architect’s rendering, standard IRT entrance kiosk, circa 1900. New York Transit Museum.


Students:
If you are a student, the site can be used:

1
to learn more about exciting activities that you might undertake on your own or for extra credit (if your teacher permits)
2
as a place to see original, digital transit-related work or projects
3
to access online webcasts available on the New York Transit Museum site
An map of "New York and Brooklyn" from 1847.
An map of "New York and Brooklyn" from 1847. New York Transit Museum.
   
 
       

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