This workshop and accompanying fellowship were developed to facilitate deeper, more integrated learning opportunities for area school children through hands-on teacher training and resources. Teachers participating in this workshop will develop materials to be used in the classroom and will receive additional resources from the museum. By participating in this workshop, educators will become museum fellows and will have access to continued enrichment sessions as well as the opportunity to showcase student work in a studio hall gallery show and to attend a culminating reception at the end of the semester.
LIMITED AVAILABILITY, REGISTRATION CLOSES February 8, 2018
1-2 TEACHERS PER SCHOOL FROM ANY LEARNING DISCIPLINE ARE WELCOME TO JOIN
coffee, light refreshments, and working lunch provided
PARTICIPANTS WILL EXPLORE
- What is STEAM? How does it benefit learning in the classroom?
- Examples of successful STEAM lessons from area educators
- How STEAM can be utilized in the classroom with the Hunter as a resource and space for learning
- STEAM curriculum development that connects the classroom to the museum
PARTICIPANTS WILL LEAVE WITH
- Service learning hours for time spent in the workshop
- Access to shared Google drive with STEAM lessons developed during the workshop
- Date for Hunter support visit/meeting and classroom visit
- STEAM information sheets, curriculum examples, posters, and other relevant guides
2018 HUNTER FELLOWS WILL NEED TO
- Participate in the workshop on February 10th
- Develop curriculum and share with other educators
- Activate curriculum in the classroom with support of the Hunter
- Bring students on a field trip as part of the developed curriculum
- Selected finished works will be displayed May 2018 in the Hunter Education Studios
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