Interactive Exhibitions = Engaged Visitors
MOTAL exhibitions are known for creative approaches and sound informal learning techniques that include interactive museum technology. Two Roads, One Journey entices visitors to learn from a wide variety of intriguing content through motivating delivery devices. Visitors can look forward to:
A mock classroom
A special structure showing a simple portrayal of a Chinese and a U.S. classroom.
Mysteries keep and attract involvement.
We ask our viewers good questions.
Personal stories touch emotions and enhance memory of related facts.
Ideas for community dialogue and civic engagement, including engaging speakers for educational programming.
Kiosks featuring key artifacts and the stories behind them, such as student backpacks (with contents) from each nation.
A visitor’s ability to look at her/himself is rewarding.
Examples: Can YOU do this? How do YOU compare?
Interactive elements, such as cards to move and tools to touch; age-appropriate learning activities for used by our volunteer docents.
Rich multimedia, including artifacts and props, rare photographs, documents and newspaper accounts, graphics, audio and video clips of oral accounts, video presentations, and re-created sounds from each culture.