The next best thing to visiting the Baseball Hall of Fame is participating in a videoconference. The award-winning EBBETS Field Trip Series (Electronically Bringing Baseball Education To Students) transports the wonders of Cooperstown to your very own classroom. Baseball is used as the backdrop to help your students discover objectives in diverse topics like mathematics, geography, civil rights history, women's history, economics and more!
Prior to scheduling a videoconference with the Baseball Hall of Fame please take some time to review our curriculum offerings. Videoconference programs last approximately one hour (but can be lengthened or shortened based on the needs of the class), and include a virtual tour of the Hall of Fame, and an interactive discussion and/or activity designed to reinforce the key concepts of the selected topic. The program topic must be selected at the time of registration, so please make this decision prior to booking!
BOOK A VIDEOCONFERENCE
When you are ready to book your videoconference fill out our videoconference request form and submit it to the Baseball Hall of Fame's education department. Please note that submitting this form does not guarantee you reservation. You will be contacted by a member of the Hall of Fame's education department in regards to the availability of the requested dates and activities, and any additional information that is needed to complete your reservation.
For more information on the Baseball Hall of Fame's videoconference programs, including equipment requirements, check out this list of frequently asked questions or contact us at education [at] baseballhalloffame [dot] org or (607)547-0347.
TELL US ABOUT YOUR EXPERIENCE
The Hall of Fame encourages the incorporation of baseball curriculum in your classroom. Whether you participated in a field trip or videoconference, or used our lessons in your classroom, we want to hear about your experience! Please take a moment to fill out this brief survey and tell us about your experience.
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