Thursday, July 17, 2014
| 9:30 am
9:30 am–3:30 pm
East Building, Conference Center, Level C
$15 Members, $20 Nonmembers (includes lunch)*
Examine how the visual arts can create a more varied learning environment for teachers and students. Gain a better understanding of document-based questions (DBQ), and learn how to implement art as primary or secondary documents in history, social studies, and humanities classrooms. The workshop includes experiences in the permanent collection as well as hands-on projects. Registration required. Earns 0.5 CEU.
*Pairs of teachers from the same school representing different subject areas who register together receive a discounted rate of $15 per person. For more information, to register with a colleague, or to inquire about scholarships and travel stipends, e-mail Gena Stanley. To register and see related teacher resources, visit artNC.