PreK-12 Program Specialist (7-12th Grade), Barnes Foundation
Posted by The Barnes Foundation on February 7, 2023
The PreK-12 Program Specialist provides Barnes collections and special exhibitions programs for PreK-12 students and teachers in-person and online. The School Programs team creates interactive lessons grounded in the Barnes Foundation’s objective method and incorporates inquiry-based learning, Universal Design for Learning, trauma-aware, and anti-racist teaching strategies. The PreK-12 Program Specialist creates programming for PreK -12 students, with special attention to grant-funded school partners in Philadelphia and/or Camden, NJ.
In this twelve-month position, this position is focused on the 7-12th grade band during the school year, creating programs with an emphasis on integrating art with other content areas such as English Language Arts and Social Studies. In the summer, the Specialist delivers programs that extend into community settings across Philadelphia, working with the Barnes’s Community Engagement and Family Programs.
Staff time in this position is generally spent
- 25% delivering lessons in the art galleries
- 25% delivering lessons online,
- 25% delivering lessons in Philadelphia-area classrooms, and
- 25% on administrative activities, including lesson preparation.
This position is full-time and eligible for hybrid work (3days on site, 2 days remote from PA, NJ, DE).
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