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Create a Global Classroom, Parts 1–2

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Explore musical examples of the transmission and exchange of culture, ideas, and influence as people interact throughout the world. Take a close look at examples of music from diverse modern cultures and discover the music of ancient cultures. Engage students in grades 3–12 through games, projects, and writing and discussion prompts that will empower them to use information from a variety of sources found in the museum’s collections.

Participants receive a certificate for tracking professional development hours and a resource packet. On the day of the session, teachers can tour the museum and continue developing lesson plan ideas. This session augments MIM’s Discovery and self-guided Trailblazer field trips.

Standards Addressed

  • Social Studies  |  American and World History, Geography, Government
  • English Language Arts  |  Writing, Speaking and Listening, Informational Text
  • Arts and Music  |  Creating, Responding, Connecting
  • Science  |  Science in Personal and Social Perspectives, Archaeology

Preregistration is recommended; click here to fill out an easy online form. If you have questions, please email education@MIM.org or call 480.245.6920.

 

It is very important to provide positive global awareness in the classroom and to teach about diversity.

—Create a Global Classroom Participant

 

Seating is limited for these sessions. If you have to cancel your registration, please do so at least two weeks beforehand, so your spot can be made available to another educator. To cancel your registration, call 480.245.6920 or email education@MIM.org.

Sponsored by

  • The Donald W. Collier Charitable Trust II
  • The Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation
  • Elaine F. Stepanek Foundation