Open to: ELA and Social Studies Teachers, 4th-12th Grades. Opportunity at a Glance: In partnership with the National Cemetery Administration’s Veterans Legacy Program, we are pleased
This year’s summer institute is an opportunity for teachers to collaborate with high school students and experience the magic of bringing a text to life. This opportunity is eligible for CTLE credits.
This one-day workshop prepares teachers to interweave a literary analysis of Elie Wiesel’s powerful and poignant memoir “Night” with an exploration of the relevant historical context underlying Wiesel’s experience.
Kindergarten plays a unique role in a child’s life when language, literacy, science, and math take on real meaning through play and active learning. This year’s focus, Sowing the Seeds of Social Justice, emphasizes the role of teachers as they inspire children to be empathetic members of their community and learn what it means to advocate for fairness.
Brooklyn’s tremendous cultural diversity and beautiful green spaces creates a complex and dynamic landscape. Explore Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb’s photographs of the “city within the city” in this free curator-guided tour for educators.
Apply to the upcoming NEH Course- The Cold War through the Collections of the Intrepid Museum. This course immerses participants in scholarly research as well as the history of the Cold War.