Discover how you can connect with our educational programs virtually and at the museum
Rock Hall EDU is full of resources and activities that use the power of rock & roll to engage students onsite and online. Whether you are ready for a field trip to the museum in Cleveland or want to bring the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame into your classroom, you can use our expertly designed content as supplements to existing lesson plans, inspiration for new learning units, or as extension activities.
Community Programs & Outreach
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame seeks to build long-lasting relationships with Cleveland community organizations. We strive be a place for open dialogue, and embrace the economic, racial, ethnic, and gender diversity of Cleveland through events on-site and throughout the city. These partnerships include large Rock the Block Community Days, one of kind co-curated programs, discounted tickets initiatives, and so much more!
"It's Been Said All Along" Module
In every generation, Black rock & roll artists have elevated the conversation about social justice. Use this collection to bring the spirit of the physical or virtual exhibit to your students with poster activities, Aretha Franklin RESPECT lesson plans, music and activism in the 21st century playlists, and more.
Super Bowl Halftime Show Module
Teachers: The NFL's Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show has been one of the most-watched televised events of the year for decades. The shows often have specific themes that convey messages while also celebrating an artist or band's career. Check out this collection on Rock Hall EDU that provides teachers and parents with the resources they need to help their students create, design, and organize a Super Bowl Halftime Show of their own.
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Cleveland, Ohio 44114