During these full-day, afterschool, and weekend sessions, educators will explore content about a variety of New York City history topics and learn strategies for effectively using primary and secondary source materials. The offerings support teachers as they work towards aligning curriculum and instructional priorities with Common Core State Standards.
Full-Day and Afterschool Professional Development
Join us for professional development opportunities that make use of the Museum's wealth of resources and outstanding exhibitions. These content-rich sessions are led by Museum curators and educators as well as guest speakers from some of New York City’s most prestigious educational organizations. Participants will learn content and teaching techniques to support Common Core learning.
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Chancellor's Day Workshops
Drawing a Line: Art and Activism in NYC
Chancellor's Day, Thursday, June 9, 2016, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
New York City’s identity as a site of activism, a home for artists, and a fostering ground for art come together in this full-day, hands-on program. Examine how New Yorkers have used visual art to express their sentiments, mobilized movements, and spark action. Learn about specific artists and the movements they supported through an illustrated historian lecture, and explore ways to incorporate cartoons, posters, paintings, and other visual media in the classroom. Experience the Museum through tours and activities in our exhibitions Activist New York and Roz Chast: Cartoon Memoirs, and complete your own message-driven artwork. Programs in conjunction with Activist New York are made possible by The Puffin Foundation.
$80 per participant. Includes breakfast and a copy of the Activist New York Educator Resource Guide.
General Reservation Information
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The Museum of the City of New York is a New York City Department of Education vendor (vendor number MUS015).