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Upcoming Programs:


Visualizing the Hudson: Using Data Sets in the Classroom​
9:30am-Noon on March 30 and 31
Do you want to dig deeper into local data sets and visualizations? Want useful tools and remote learning resources focused on Hudson River themes? Join Hudson River Park's River Project and the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum on Tuesday, March 30 and Wednesday, March 31 from 9:30am-Noon for a professional development workshop that explores local ecology and human impacts on the Hudson River. Register here.


P-Credit Course – Oral Histories in the Classroom for Multilingual Learners and Beyond
Virtual Sessions: 9:00am-Noon on April 10, 17, 24, and May 1
1 credit course; fee applies
Learning about the personal experiences of those who lived through pivotal eras in history can help students of all ages and backgrounds understand history in greater depth with increased empathy. Furthermore, the skills used to record these personal histories augment speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills, which can empower Multilingual Learners (MLLs) while emphasizing the value of their own personal backgrounds and parallel experiences. Combining the Intrepid Museum’s exhibits with personal stories told through veteran narratives presents a rare opportunity for teachers. Participants will have the opportunity to conduct research within the Museum’s archival collection, as well as identify and utilize other oral history collections that present diverse narrative views. Through this course, participants will learn the skills needed to complete oral history projects with students, especially MLLs, in their own classrooms using culturally responsive practices and pedagogical methods specific to MLLs.

A more detailed program description can be found in the ASPDP course catalog here.

Course Payment Details:
Step 1: Register for the course with the Department of Education. Payment of a non-refundable ASPDP course fee must be paid by credit card at the time of registration. Once payment has been made, the participants will receive an email confirmation from ASPDP. To register, login to your account here and find this course in the course catalog.

Step 2: Register for the course with the Intrepid Museum. Payment of a $30 Educational Partner fee must be paid at the time of registration. Please click here to complete payment and registration with the Museum. Please note that you must register and submit payment with the DOE and the Intrepid Museum in order to receive P Credit.  Registration closes Friday, April 9, 2021.

   
 

CONTACT THE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Call: 646-381-5020
Email: education@intrepidmuseum.org
 

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