Teacher Programs


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Teacher & Teaching Artist Open House Nov. 11, 5–7 PM

Treat yourself to a free evening at the newly expanded and reinstalled Museum just for educators! Enjoy tours of the galleries with Museum staff, collect tips from Museum educators, receive special resources, and network with fellow teachers at a reception. Co-hosted by A.W.E. and MARN Check mam.org > Learn + Play for specific details.

  • Teachers of all grades/subjects
  • Free; registration required Register by emailing teachers@mam.org with your name, school, grade, and phone number.

Arts Integration Series: Enhancing Literacy Through Art

National Writing Project: Workshop—Improving Writing and Reading Through Art April 1, 2017, 9AM-2:30PM

Using the Museum Collection as inspiration, teachers engage in writing strategies to immediately implement in the classroom, and work on a personal piece in a supportive and resourceful environment. Graduate credit is available; please see registration form for details. Space fills quickly; register early.

  • Teachers of all grades/subjects, $150 per teacher
National Writing Project at Carroll University: Summer Institute July 7, 8, 13-15, 2016, 1: 15- 4: 30 PM

Using the Museum as inspiration, teachers will focus on 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.

  • Teachers of all grades/subjects, $150 per teacher
  • Graduate credit is available; please see registration form for details. Space fills quickly; register early.

Registration form (PDF)

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.

National Writing Project at Carroll University: Summer Institute July 2017, 1: 15- 4: 30 PM

Using the Museum as inspiration, teachers will focus on 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.

  • Teachers of all grades/subjects, $150 per teacher
  • Graduate credit is available; please see registration form for details. Space fills quickly; register early.
  • Email teachers@mam.org for more information.