WORKSHOPS & RESOURCES
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Department of Education, MoMA
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New York, NY, 10019
Learn how to integrate modern and contemporary art into your classroom.
- Sign up for a Half-Day Professional Development Workshop, a Weekend Teacher Workshop, or the Modern Teachers Program.
- Integrate art into your classroom
- Discuss your work and ideas with 10–25 other teachers
- Enrich your curriculum with free online resources
K–12 Teacher Workshops
Half-Day Professional Development Workshops
Let MoMA teach you how to incorporate modern and contemporary art in your classroom. Our customized workshops introduce you to our educational approach, address themes and questions that arise in response to modern and contemporary art, and help you to think creatively about interdisciplinary links to your curriculum. Through in-gallery modeling, teachers will explore the content and context of works of art, and experience ways interactions with art support teaching and learning standards.
Workshops are designed for active K–12 teachers and/or administrators, librarians, and curriculum specialists.A minimum of 10 teachers is required. This is not a drop-in program for individual teachers.
$30 per person
Includes instruction, resources, Teacher Pass for unlimited admission to MoMA, and a 10% discount on educational materials at the MoMA Stores
Learn techniques for analyzing and interpreting modern and contemporary art in New York City's premier art museums. This summer institute for educators of grades 3–12 (all subject areas) is cohosted by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Participants will learn and apply object-based teaching strategies; build confidence incorporating modern and contemporary art into lesson plans; and utilize great works of art as the basis for interdisciplinary investigations.
Teachers of grades 3–12, all subject areas
$425 per person
Applications open February 2016.
Resources for Teachers
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