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Monday, May 2 • 3:55pm - 4:55pm
Principals and Paperwork: Challenges for Teachers Booking School Visits

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One of the major intersections a museum has with the local community is through school visits. This workshop shines a light on the variety of challenges that teachers in K-12, university, and for-profit educational programs face when booking class trips to museums and cultural institutions. After a brief presentation on some common hurdles for school-based educators, participants will work in small groups to tackle some common challenges and discuss ways that they and their institutions can better connect with educators and engage with a wider variety of school audiences. 


Jacqueline Novello

Jacqueline Novello has been a special education teacher in the New York City public schools for 9 years. She is a frequent participant in museum-based PDs and regularly makes use of museum resources and programming in her teaching practice. Most recently, Jacqueline was awarded a... Read More →

Stephanie Zank

Stephanie Zank is currently an educator at the Museum of Chinese in America and a teacher of English as a Second or Other Language. She previously worked in schools and English language programs in Taiwan and South Korea.

Monday May 2, 2016 3:55pm - 4:55pm EDT
North Parlor 225 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016

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