ARTWORKS School and Teacher Programs at the Hirshhorn Museum are designed to engage and inspire students and teachers alike. Whether you’re interested in exploring our latest special exhibition, discovering how students can put art to work in our Innovative Design workshop or having us come to your classroom to teach creative storytelling through Animation, we’d be happy to work with you to create an experience that is aligned with your needs and your students’ interests.
New This Spring: First Saturday Professional Development Series for Educators
All Programs are Free for Educators and Include Breakfast
Workshops include hands-on, interactive learning, content experts, and lesson-plan sessions. All workshops support National Common Core Standards and can be adapted for local curricula. In-service and graduate credit can be arranged.
ReThink Assessment - Now full, wait list only
Saturday, June 1, 2013
10 am–1:30 pm
Do you want more alternatives to multiple-choice assessment in your classroom? Learn to use technology creatively to assess content mastery. This workshop explores how project-based learning and new technologies can be integrated to provide authentic assessment.
This workshop will be led by Maggie Fossum, M.Ed., a San Diego-based educational technologist. Building from her experience as a veteran classroom teacher, Fossum specializes in technology integration and has developed a series of apps to help teachers save time and increase effectiveness. She also conducts professional development sessions for educators and has led workshops for her school district and Teach For America. Currently, Maggie works as Co-Founder and Chief Administrative Officer of Blossom Group, an ed-tech startup developing Common Core tools to assist teachers nationwide. Register Now
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We look forward to seeing you at the Hirshhorn!