Join us to bring new voices, new ideas, and new stories into your classroom. Participate in lectures, open houses, walking tours, and more while maintaining your professional certification from the New York City Department of Education. Every event introduces you to primary and secondary sources, tips, and techniques in support of the Common Core Standards. Learn more below and register by calling 917.492.3492 or emailing pd@mcny.org. Can’t attend the events? Make your voice heard and let us know how you are using our materials in your classroom.

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P-CREDIT COURSES

The City Museum offers 36-hour P-Credit courses throughout the year featuring leading historians, engaging gallery tours, and hands-on workshops. 

TAKING A STAND: CONNECTING NEW YORK CITY'S HISTORY OF SOCIAL ACTIVISM TO TODAY'S CLASSROOM
3 P Credit Course
Mon, Jul 18, 2016
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Monday, July 18 - Saturday, July 23, 2016

Taking a Stand features historian presentations, discussions with activists, museum exhibition gallery tours, and hands-on workshops all focusing on bringing New York City’s history of social activism into the present. Each day of the course will feature a morning presentation by a historian contextualizing one of five topics: Civil Rights Activism, Environmental Justice Activism, Immigrant Activism, Labor Activism, and LGBT Activism. By participating in the course, educators will learn how to teach the study of social activism from multiple viewpoints and how to connect these complex histories to current events and social movements. Educators will leave the course with the Activist New York Educator Resource Guide of primary sources, as well as additional primary sources curated for the course. Materials and programming for the Activist New York exhibition are made possible by The Puffin Foundation.

Registration for TAKING A STAND is a two-step process and closes on Friday, July 15, 2016. Educators interested in taking this course not for P Credit are welcome to do so and only need to complete Step 2.

Step 1: Register for Course P26.209.1S16 on the ASPDP Course Catalog here and pay the NYC DOE ASPDP Course Fee of $125.

Step 2: Complete course registration via the register button below and pay the educational partner fee of $250.

For more information and to register, click here