Preparing Students for a Cultural Experience, Sept. 24 (Free PD for Phila. Teachers)
Posted by Penn Museum on September 24, 2019
How can teachers prepare students to talk about culture with empathy? Part of the mission of the Penn Museum is to inspire openness, insight, and compassion across all backgrounds. Join museum educators in an interactive discussion about empathy building classroom activities, strategies to address cultural stereotypes, and approaches in leading a class in these discussions with sensitivity and purpose. In addition Penn Museum will offer teachers trip planning tools that assist in problem solving the difficult task of leading students outside of the classroom and into the community. This event is FREE to Philadelphia teachers. We provide free food, free parking, and ACT 48 credits.
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 24, 2019, 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Location: Penn Museum, 3260 South Street, Group (East) Entrance
To register, click here.
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