School Year 2008 will be a vibrant year for the Museo De La Salle as it conceptualizes new educational programmes to make the Museo more dynamic and significant in an academic environment like DLSU-D.
In consultation with the College of Education
- Learn about the many ways the museum collection can connect to some course/subject curriculum.
- The activity will help the teachers to bring to their classrooms the power of museums.
- It aims to develop interdisciplinary classroom-ready programs for specific group of
Field Trip Programs
Home Economics/Practical Arts
A tour of the museum collection highlighting the skills of Filipino and Chinese artisans, house helpers and laborers who did their works using their bare hands. This will be highlighted by a thematic tour highlighting the objects which utilize the hands in basic work. The tour will be followed by a hands-on activity for the experience and greater understanding of the young audience. (Group of 40 students, Tuesday and Thursday, 3pm, special museum rates including snacks)
An Ilustrado for a day
The tour will highlight the lifestyle of the Philippine ilustrados using the novel of Dr Jose Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. (Group of 40 students, Wednesday and Friday, 3pm, special museum rates)