Join the African American Civil War Museum and Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in exploring how time has shaped public memory of the American Civil War and how it is displayed in monuments.
Visual Literacy as a Tool for Cultural Proficiency in the Classroom: El Salvador as a Case Study is a professional development immersion, 3-credit course for teachers in the Washington, D.C. metro area.Through an immersive experience, teachers learn visual literacy skills, practice global cultural awareness and develop a deep understanding of the culture, history, and art of the Central American region.
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) has launched Native Knowledge 360° (NK360°), a national education initiative to promote improved teaching and learning about American Indians. The NMAI is hosting a free teacher institute in Washington, DC from Monday, July 9 through Thursday, July 12, 2018. The application deadline is April 30.
The National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC, is excited to offer a special student program in celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: “A Sky Above: Native Hawaiian Astronomy and Navigation” on May 17 and 18. Rooted in STEAM principles, this immersive program allows students to explore the intersection of science and Native Hawaiian culture.
Are you seeking personal growth, purposeful community, and systemic change in education? Join a diverse cohort of Changemakers to transform the DC education system so that every young person grows up empowered to be an active agent of positive change.
Fund for Teachers is a program that awards summer fellowship grants to preK-12 grade teachers to pursue self-designed professional learning around the globe. Full-time PK-12 teachers, with at least 3 years teaching experience, can apply for up to $5,000 individually or a team of teachers can apply for up to $10,000.