Engaging Instructional Strategies.
From civic learning to core curriculum, we’ve got you covered.
Our professional development programs provide rich and unique experiences with history. Connect with the Museum’s exhibitions and resources. Engage with staff and experts.
Chicago: Her Story
Saturday, March 21, 2020 – $25
Saturday, March 28, 2020 – Minibus tour: $40
9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., 3 PD hours per session
Discover how women shaped the Chicago we know today. The on-site session includes a presentation, gallery activities, primary source analysis, and instructional materials for your classroom. For the final session, CHM educator Megan Clark leads a minibus tour that explores how four Chicago women—an activist, a philanthropist, an anarchist, and a reformer—agitated positive change in the lives of other women and children through very different approaches. Tour participants are invited to register a noneducator guest. Light breakfast refreshments included.
$3, 2 PD hours
Meet with Museum educators, explore galleries, and develop your own instructional planning at these informal sessions. Each one focuses on a topic and teaching strategy and includes take-home resource materials and time for one-on-one conversations. Snacks included.
- SOLD OUT! April 28, Migration and Immigration: Get a preview of a new student gallery experience that explores Chicago’s migration and immigration history. Your feedback will help shape this offering for the upcoming school year.
Are you interested in a custom in-service experience?
We’re happy to plan with you. To start a conversation, email Heidi Moisan, school programs manager, at [email protected]
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