Throughout the year, CAM provides professional development workshops and special educator nights at the museum to demonstrate how to use the museum to enhance the work being done in the classroom.
Happy Hour is on us! Spend a fun and relaxing evening at CAM with free
admission during an exclusive event for educators. Explore the museum and new
exhibitions with guided tours and enjoy complimentary light bites and drink,
cash bar, special tapas menu, live music, and more! Educators Night will provide
information and materials about tours, workshops, lesson plans, and other free
resources for area educators. All educators and administrators (all ages, all
disciplines) are welcome and encouraged to attend and explore fun ways to
bring art into your classroom.
Our next Educators Night will take place on January 20th.
Kennedy Center Partners in Education with New Hanover County Schools and
UNC Wilmington Office of the Arts brings CAM’s Closing the Gap Through Art
Integration workshops. These workshops are designed to teach educators how
to use the arts to teach core curriculum and help close the achievement gap
through active learning strategies that engage all learners. These workshops
are offered free to all educators in Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin,
New Hanover, Onslow, Pender, and Sampson countries and result in CEU’s for
Research shows that there are seven different learning styles: visual-spatial, bodily-kinesthetic, auditory-musical, social-interpersonal, solitary-intrapersonal, verbal-linguistic, and logical-mathematical. Experience a self-paced introduction to the definition of arts integration with an introductory unit online. Then join us for one of our evening sessions for experiential collaborative learning experiences led by regional and national teaching artists. CEU credits offered with county approval for each session. Check our website for the updated schedule of teaching artists and meeting times.
Please reach out to us for more information by calling September Krueger at (910) 395-5999 or emailing email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
We promote visual literacy by using Visual Thinking Strategies methodology, helping students develop the ability to look closely in making inferences about the meaning of works of art. Your students will build skills and connect with standards. CAM's Pre-K through 12 experiences support North Carolina's Standard Course of Study on one or more of the following core curricula: Arts Education, English Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics.