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For Teachers

Offerings for Educators

Our programs offer content-rich, visually engaging, and interactive experiences that support the New York State social studies standards and align with the Common Core Standards. Our trained Museum Educators used inquiry-based discussion to guide teachers and students as they explore primary sources, as well as facilitate creative student learning activities.

Learn more about our student programs, educator resources, and online content at www.mcny.org/education 

For the 2021-2022 school year, our program offerings are hybrid. Join us online for dynamic field trips and educator workshops, and learn how to make remote learning engaging for students of all ages from our expert facilitators. Or, email us to learn more about current opportunities for onsite learning.

Visiting the Museum in-person on your own? Educators receive free daily admission with an I.D.

Virtual Field Trips

Your class, camp group, or pod can experience the Museum of the City of New York virtually through visual and interactive remote-learning sessions led by museum educators.
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P Credit Courses

Join us for courses for educators featuring leading historians and Museum artifacts, facilitated by our expert educators.
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Online Resources

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Professional Learning Programs

Join fellow K-12 educators to participate in innovative social studies, art, and STEM programs that highlight the Museum’s wealth of resources. We offer a range of P Credit Courses, Workshops, and Free Lectures throughout the year.

See our Event Calendar here.

The Museum of the City of New York is a CTLE certified provider. Our offerings support teachers as they work toward aligning curriculum and instructional priorities with common core standards. 

Support Us

If you’d like to make a gift in support of our education programs please contact Charley Harris, Manager of Patron Services at Charris@mcny.org or Donate Now

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