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Looking for an innovative way to incorporate Levine Museum into your classroom? Want creative ideas to help your students build bridges between their textbooks and today? We can help!
Each year, our Education Department provides professional development opportunities for area educators. These interactive sessions and workshops, designed and led by former teachers, real-world practitioners, and national education organizations such as PBS, Teaching Tolerance and the National Endowment for the Humanities, feature fresh ideas and rigorous, adaptable lessons that you can take back into your classrooms.
Some of our popular sessions include:
- Where Do You See Yourself in This Image? Using Visual Thinking Strategies
Throughout the year, Levine Museum also hosts exhibit-specific professional development programs that can help teachers use our temporary exhibits as part of their curriculum.
For more information, contact Eric Scott.