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Virtual Summer Teacher Workshop - Penn Museum Professional Development Series

by  Penn Museum

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The theme for the series is Artifact-Based Thinking. Through
interactive programs with Penn Museum instructors and experts in the fields of
archaeology, anthropology, conservation, and education, educators will:

Develop techniques for encouraging close looking and
critical thinking through artifact-based learning.
Identify strategies to encourage learners to effectively ask
questions and embrace uncertainty as a part of the learning process.
Learn how to pair thinking routines with artifacts to create
engaging and meaningful learning experiences.
Bring archaeology and object-based teaching into the
classroom using the Penn Museum’s vast digital collection.
Embrace the importance of mentorship as a key element of
youth instruction, especially for students from marginalized communities.
Connect with fellow educators and create networks of
professional peer support.

Sessions will take place on Zoom, and registration includes
access to recordings of each session. Participants will receive 7.5 hours of
professional development credits. Please consult your district for applicable
PD credits, such as PA Act-48. The program costs $120.00 per educator. Registration gains access to all five days of sessions as well as recordings.

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About This Program

Cost

Multipoint: $120.00
Multipoint Premium: $120.00
Point to Point: $120.00
Point to Point Premium: $120.00



Length

Five 90-minute workshops held over five days


Target Audience

Education: Teacher(s)/Educator(s)

Minimum participants:

1

Maximum participants:

1


Primary Disciplines

Professional Development, Social Studies/History, STEM


Program Delivery Mode

Zoom



Booking Information

Date/Time
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07/08/2024 07:00 AM - 08:30 AM (Registration Deadline: 07/08/2024)
07/09/2024 07:00 AM - 08:30 AM (Registration Deadline: 07/09/2024)
07/10/2024 07:00 AM - 08:30 AM (Registration Deadline: 07/10/2024)
07/11/2024 07:00 AM - 08:30 AM (Registration Deadline: 07/11/2024)
07/12/2024 07:00 AM - 08:30 AM (Registration Deadline: 07/12/2024)

Registration gives attendees access to all sessions the week of July 8, 2024, as well as recordings of each session.

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Provider's Cancellation Policy

Cancellation must be done before the event.

About This Provider

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Penn Museum

Philadelphia, PA
United States

Open to all, the Museum is home to remarkable objects
and powerful stories that emerge from its excavations and research
across the world.


Connect with the cultures of Africa, Asia, the Americas, and the
Mediterranean, from the very first cities of the Middle East to the
pharaohs of ancient Egypt; from early Mexico to the lives of Native
American communities today.


Experience the richness of the ancient past, gain an understanding of
our shared humanity, and find your own place in the arc of human
history.

Contact:
Kevin D. Impellizeri
kimpell@upenn.edu
2158988706

Program Details

Format

3:00-3:15: Welcome and introduction/icebreakers
3:15-4:15: Professional Development Program/Workshop
4:15-4:30: Debrief and Dismissal

Objectives

Through interactive programs with Penn Museum instructors and experts in the fields of archaeology, anthropology, conservation, and education, educators will:
- Develop techniques for encouraging close looking and critical thinking through artifact-based learning.
- Identify strategies to encourage learners to effectively ask questions and embrace uncertainty as a part of the learning process.
- Learn how to pair thinking routines with artifacts to create engaging and meaningful learning experiences.
- Bring archaeology and object-based teaching into the classroom using the Penn Museum’s vast digital collection.
- Embrace the importance of mentorship as a key element of youth instruction, especially for students from marginalized communities.
- Connect with fellow educators and create networks of professional peer support.