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    For Teachers

    Field Trips for K-12 Students

    Our school tours are content-rich, hands-on experiences that support the New York State social studies standards and align with the Common Core Standards. Students explore primary sources through inquiry-based discussion and activities facilitated by Museum educators.


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    Professional Learning

    Join thousands of K-12 educators from all over the city to participate in innovative social studies, art, and STEM programs that highlight the Museum’s wealth of resources. Participation in professional learning events counts towards maintaining professional certification from the New York City Department of Education. The offerings support teachers as they work toward aligning curriculum and instructional priorities with Common Core State Standards. Reservations are required for all events.

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    Upcoming Events for Teachers

    For Educators Tuesday, April 25, 5:00pm

    Recording New York: Sound, Place, and Civic Identity

    Explore the themes of place, memory, and civic commitment in the work of the self-taught, Manhattan-based folklorist Tony Schwartz (1923-2002) and learn how young people can become stakeholders and participants in their communities by listening to historical sound recordings and by making new recordings of their own.
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