This weeklong program for teachers is a collaboration between MoMA,
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and
the Whitney Museum of American Art. Working with modern and
contemporary art from each collection, this national institute
encourages educators to develop techniques for integrating the study
of visual images into their classrooms. Participants return to their
schools with the ability to create meaningful object-based learning
activities that can be integrated into a wide variety of curricula and
meet standards for student achievement.
Fee: $400 per educator
Download a registration form (Adobe Acrobat Reader required)
For more information, call (212) 423-3637.
Connecting Collections: Integrating Modern and Contemporary Art into
MON JUL 9FRI JUL 13, 10 AM4 PM
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, the Solomon
R. Guggenheim Museum, and the Whitney Museum of American Art present a
summer institute for educators.
Gain a deeper understanding of contemporary and modern art
Learn object-based teaching strategies and receive feedback from
Work with small groups of peers to develop a unit plan integrating
art into a curriculum
Develop engaging approaches for using works of art in the classroom
Focus on the development of visual literacy skills
Develop questioning techniques appropriate to works of art
Receive curriculum materials and learn about museum resources
Meet colleagues from around the country
Explore exhibitions independently
Tuition is $400 and includes all instruction, curriculum materials,
and lunch each day. Teachers in grades 312 for all subject areas are
welcome to apply. Enrollment is limited to forty participants.
Previous participants may not reapply to the program.
Completed applications must be received by May 14, 2007.
To apply please download and complete this form (PDF).
For additional information, please call 212 570 3985.
Program sessions are held on-site at each participating museum.
Participants are responsible for their own lodging and transportation
to each location.
Travel directions to all sites will be provided.
In collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of
Modern Art, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Whitney Museum
of American Art presents a comprehensive in-depth institute for 3rd
through 12th grade educators. Through observation, analysis, and
interpretation of modern and contemporary art, educators develop
techniques for integrating the study of visual images into their
classroom curricula. This week-long professional development seminar
includes guided tours, lectures by leading scholars in the field of
education, research projects, and curriculum planning. Graduate credit
For more information, see the Museum's calendar of events or call
(212) 570-7745. Click here for a flyer . You will need Adobe Acrobat
Reader to view and print the flyer.
I didn't see it listed on the Met site (but it might be there somewhere).
P.S. - remember to remove list member email addresses when you reply
to the list.
On 7/13/07, Susan Bennett wrote:
> How did you find out in advance about this? I would
> like to do it next year.
> Susan In Ohio/NJ