Here you can find a comprehensive list of educational resources about the exhibit Origins: Fossils from the Cradle of Humankind and our shared human journey.
Find videos on evolution, what it's like to be an archaeologist, and more.
A collection of short videos, created by the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. (Various lengths) Watch Here
National Geographic Education - Virtual Classroom Visits (aprox. 40m each) Watch Here
“This Face Changes the Human Story” 13m11s Watch Here
“Dawn of Humanity” (1h54m) Watch Here
“Biological Anthropology and the Public” 10m43s Watch Here
“Australopithecus sediba" Walking animation 39s Watch Here
“Envisioning the Past: Reconstructing Extinct Species and Their Environments” 1h15m15s Watch Here
Emerse yourself digitally with the exhibition and exhibition content.
Podcats, lesson plans, and more.
“Origins: Fossils from the Cradle of Humankind” 45m14s, audio only Listen Here
From educator and researcher Molly Selba @MollySelba. Lesson plans, 3D printable files, 3D pdfs Learn More
A collection of lesson plans for various grades, based around #DinalediVR. Learn More
An article for young readers From Frontiers for Young Minds. Learn More