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Teacher Seminars

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A woman stands in front of an outdoor sculpture at the Woodruff Arts Center Educator Conference

Upcoming Seminars


Hear Me Now Virtual Teacher Seminar
January 11, 2023
4:00 pm–5:30 pm
Zoom

Join The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the High Museum of Art, and the University of Michigan Museum of Art for a collaborative virtual workshop for K–12 educators in connection with the exhibition Hear Me Now: The Black Potters of Old Edgefield, South Carolina.


STEAM Teacher Seminar Series: Creating Exhibitions Using Design Thinking
January 28, 2023
9:30 am–2:30 pm
High Museum of Art

Discover how the design-thinking process was used in the creation of the Children’s Garden at the Atlanta Botanical Garden and how it is used in exhibitions at the High Museum of Art. We’ll explore the five phases of design thinking—empathize, define, ideate, prototype, and test—and discuss how each stage is important when creating an engaging exhibition. What topics could your students explore through the creation of an interactive exhibition experience?


STEAM Teacher Seminar Series: Water: Past, Present, and Future
February 4, 2023
9:30 am–2:30 pm
Emory University

Explore the interdependence of civilizations on water and the natural environment with the Michael C. Carlos Museum, Georgia Aquarium, and Zoo Atlanta. While looking at environmental changes past and present, we’ll examine water sources as a key component of a healthy ecosystem and societal evolution. Collaborate with colleagues during breakout sessions to design a STEAM-focused PBL in which students can discover the current state of local water sources in their community.

 

Seminars by Appointment


The High Museum of Art is pleased to offer job-embedded professional learning workshops for Pre-K­–12 educators. Each two-hour workshop includes large group presentations and hands-on activities led by expert instructors. Participants also receive course-related lesson plans and curriculum connections.

  • Participants: This program requires a minimum of ten educators and accommodates up to thirty.
  • Location: Workshops may be held at the Museum or at a location within a fifty-mile radius of the Museum.
  • Cost: The cost for each workshop is $450.

Virtual Options Now Available

  • Cost: $75/30 minutes
  • Participants: This program requires a minimum of ten educators and accommodates up to thirty.

Visual Literacy Workshop*
Grade Levels: K–12
How can we help our students make sense of the thousands of images they are bombarded with daily? How do we help them slow down, look closely, make inferences, and think critically about media, images, works of art, and the world around them? In this session, teachers will explore the concept of visual literacy—reading an image as a text. Participants will walk away with tips and techniques for creating and constructing meaning with their students in the classroom and learn how these techniques are applicable across all disciplines.

Teaching with Primary and Secondary Sources Workshop*
Grade Levels: 4–­12
This workshop takes a look at the High Museum’s permanent collection via object-based learning. Participants receive tips and techniques on how to use primary and secondary sources in their classrooms.

*Available by appointment a minimum of 4 weeks in advance. Please email Kate.McLeod@high.org.