Intrepid Museum Programs and Exhibitions
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Upcoming Programs:

June 4, 2020: Chancellors' Day
Save the date! Soar to the end of the school year with an aviation focused professional development. Details to follow.

August 17-21, 2020: Code Together (9 AM – 12 PM)
Save the date for the Museum’s Code Together mini-course which pairs ten teachers with ten teenage alumnae of the GOALS for Girls program to explore basic coding together in a safe, collaborative atmosphere. There, participants will have the rare opportunity to see themselves as both teachers and learners, depending on the skills explored. Topics will include basic concepts of coding using Scratch, Python, and other tools, computational thinking with gameplay, and physical computing. Teacher participants who complete the 15 required hours of the course will receive a Raspberry Pi starter kit and a $750 stipend award. Code Together course participants will also be eligible for CTLE credit. Registration coming soon!


P Credit Courses

The Museum offers P-credit courses as part of the NYC Department of Education's After School Professional Development Program (ASPDP). These courses apply toward teachers' salary differential +30 requirement. More information coming soon!

Oral Histories in the Classroom for ELLs and Beyond
Saturday, February 8 & Saturday, March 21, 2020, 15 Hours/1 Credit: Fee Applies
8:30am - 4:15pm
New York City Department of Education teachers are invited to register for Oral Histories in the Classroom for ELLs and Beyond.During this course, participants will explore how the use of student-driven oral histories augment speaking, listening and writing skills, which can empower English Language Learners while emphasizing the value of their own personal backgrounds and experiences.

Guided by Intrepid Museum Education staff and experts from Columbia University, participants will develop key competencies in questioning skills, interpreting facts gathered from anecdotal evidence, examining varied perspectives, understanding bias, synthesizing a complete picture of a historical event from multiple perspectives, and differentiating facts from opinions. Transcripts of oral histories from the Museum's collection will serve as texts for the course. Participants will have the opportunity to conduct research within the Museum’s archival collection, as well as identify and utilize other oral history collections presenting different narrative views. There will also be opportunities to interview former crew members and/or veterans for participants to practice skills learned. For the final project, participants will outline, conduct and evaluate an oral history project tailored to their specific class needs and content specialties. Student projects will be self-directed and emphasize personal storytelling. Participants will be expected to complete at least part of the project in their classroom in the month between the first and second sessions.

For more information about P Credit Courses, visit ASPDP's website here.

Course Payment Details:

Step 1: Payment by credit card of a non-refundable ASPDP course fee must be paid at the time of registration. Participants will receive an e-mail confirmation from ASPDP once the payment has processed.

Step 2: Registration and payment of the $30 Educational Partner fee to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Please register here to complete registration with the Intrepid Museum. Payment must be received to confirm registration.

Please note that registration and full payment on the ASPDP website and to the Intrepid Museum are required first in order to receive P Credit. Registration closes Friday, February 7, 2020.


NEH Summer Institute For Teachers

The National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute, The Cold War Through The Collections Of The Intrepid Museum immerses participants in scholarly research as well as the history and science of the Cold War embodied by the Museum’s collection, including the former U.S. aircraft carrier Intrepid, and the former U.S. submarine, Growler. Exploring the historical context of technological innovation, the Institute invites a national group of teachers to deepen their understanding and increase confidence in their ability to explore the subject thoroughly, critically and engagingly with students. Open to all who fit the NEH eligibility criteria, this institute is most appropriate for middle and high school history, humanities, science and technology teachers. July 20 - July 31, 2020. For more information and to apply click here.

Host your next faculty event at the Museum! Reserve the Intrepid Museum’s Michael Tyler Fisher Center for Education for an educational retreat, conference or committee meeting. With spectacular views of the Hudson River and newly renovated accommodations, space is available for groups as small as 10 and as large as 200.

For additional information, pricing, and inquiries concerning educator events, please contact


Call: 646-381-5020