Cullman Center Institute for Teachers - Summer Seminars
LOCATION: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building
Select Dates * see below
DEADLINE: April 9
This Summer, three former Fellows of NYPL's Cullman Center for Scholars & Writers will each teach a separate week-long workshop in their field of expertise The programs are free and provide teachers with the opportunity to work with their peers and enhance their own education. 15 spots are offered for each course, and include a $300 stipend, the required books and course materials, a private office with computer located in the landmark Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Breakfasts and lunches, and the possibility of graduate school credit.The attached flyer provides additional information about each of the upcoming workshops.
Adam Shatz - Black Bohemia: Poetry, Painting, and Jazz on the Lower East Side
July 16th - July 20th
Laura Shapiro -Writing Food: A Workshop in Creative Non-?ction
July 23 - July 27
Rivka Galchen - Liberating Constraints: A Creative Writing Workshop
July 30 - August 3
Teaching & Learning Summer Seminar: 100 years of NYPL: America Then and Now
July 9 - July 14
Sponsored by Petrie Family Funding
While the last 100 years have brought many changes to New York City and country, many of the cultural and political issues remain the same. This seminar will delve deeply into the Library’s collections to illustrate how primary resources narrate the story of the early twentieth century in order for teachers to be able to lead their students to draw conclusions and comparisons to today. Teachers will learn how to engage their students in studies of history through multiple entry points into the subject area, utilizing primary resources, writing from evidence and the arts.
NYPL and the Metropolitan Museum of Art Online - Onsite K-12 Educator Institute: Art and Writing
Webinars July 18, 19, and 20; 12-1:00 P.M. EST
In-person workshops at the MMA and NYPL July 25-27; 10:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.
Cost: $150 payable to the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Investigate ways artists and writers respond to varying demands of audience, task, and purpose during this institute supporting visual and language arts instruction. The program, co-hosted by the New York Public Library and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, highlights ways experiences with these renowned collections can inspire student writing and art-making. “Applying Language Skills” (NL-ENG.K-12.12), “Using Knowledge of Structures and Functions," and “Making Connections between Visual Arts and Other Disciplines” (NA-VA.K-12.6) are among the National Learning Standards supported during the course.