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Spring 2014: Thurs, April 10, 5–7 PM
Join fellow teachers for an evening at the Museum designed just for you. Network with colleagues at the reception, and then enjoy a private tour of the Museum’s feature exhibition, Uncommon Folk: Traditions in American Art, with curator Margaret Andera. The evening concludes with a project design and exchange in the Kohl’s Art Generation Studio.
Preregistration Required: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, school, grade, subject area, and phone number. Free for K–12 teachers with valid school ID or check stub.
National Writing Project at Carroll University: Arts Integration Series Enhancing Literacy Through Art
March 8 & 22, 2014, 9 AM–3 PM
During this two-day program, teachers will use the artwork in the Museum’s Collection as inspiration as they engage in writing strategies they can implement immediately into the classroom. They will receive support for reluctant writers and readers, and ideas for integrating writing and visual representation into any curriculum. Graduate credit is available; please see registration form for details. Space fills quickly; register early.
National Writing Project at Carroll University: Summer Institute
July 7–11, 14–18, 2014, 1:15–4:45 PM
Using the artwork in the Museum as inspiration, teachers explore aspects of writing (including editing and assessment), discover writing-to-learn strategies to support student understanding, and examine ways to motivate students to become better readers and writers. Graduate credit is available; please see registration form for details. Space fills quickly; register early.
To register for graduate credit, please go to the Carroll University website and download the part-time student registration form and part-time application form.