The Museum’s Immerse program provides a completely immersive, week-long learning experience for students in schools from the West Michigan region. The experience is crafted and led by the visiting teachers, leveraging the interpretive exhibition spaces, Museum artifacts, and various Museum-created programs. Immerse is intended to help students jump start their development as problem solvers, innovators, storytellers, and empathetic contributors who value diversity.
“A week at the museum offered students an authentic and engaging learning experience. Students were eager, active participants and had so much fun they almost forgot they were at school” – Kelly Wegenka, CA Frost (GRPS) 5th grade parent.
Immerse is supported by Consumers Energy Foundation and the Sebastian Foundation.
Immerse 2017/2018 school year
The 2017/2018 spots have all been filled. The GRPM will host 45 Immerse classes, grades 2-8.
Past Immerse School Years
- 2016/2017 Immerse saw 52 classrooms of grades 2-8.
- 2015/2016 Immerse school year saw 45 classrooms of grades 2 – 8.
- 2014/2015 Immerse school year saw 24 classrooms from GRPS 5th grade classes and 24 classrooms from the KISD grades 2 – 8. KISD Immerse funding was provided by the DTE Energy Foundation.
Immerse in the Media
Immerse Teacher Resources