Blogs tagged "sculpture"

Eight Tips for Making the Most of a Museum Field Trip

Student group at the Musee d’Orsay
For seasoned teachers as well as the newly minted—whether elementary or secondary—here are some ways you can enrich visits to museums by structuring them in the same way as for your classroom activities.Match content with grade level and interest;Choose a manageable bite of an institution’s collection;Create a diversity of sensory engagements.A little attention given in advance to how to shape the students’ visit will pay off immeasurably in what they take away from their time viewing an institution’s collections.Read More »
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How Teachers Can Make the Most of “Power and Pathos”

Alexander the Great on Horseback
Even though we are based in Washington, D.C., a city filled with world-class museums that frequently offer exceptional exhibits, we’ve never written about them on this blog. This is not because we aren’t interested in writing about art and culture in the classroom—far from it!Read More »
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Sending out an SOS! Save Outdoor Sculpture!

Tom Otterness, Rockman statues, U.S. Courthouse, Minneapolis, MN. Photo, Carol M
Are you looking for something to do outdoors with your kids and/or students this summer?Check out the Save Outdoor Sculpture! (SOS!) Project.Read More »
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Sending out SOS! 4 Kids

Are you looking for something to do outdoors with your kids and/or students this summer?Read More »