With professional development sessions, open houses, in-service days, and much more, teachers are invited to a range of learning opportunities at the History Center.
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In-Services and Educational Meetings
The History Center’s six floors of award-winning exhibits and the Detre Library & Archives provide a relaxed, informal learning environment for educational groups desiring a non-traditional setting for professional development gatherings and in-services. Teacher in-service programs at the History Center are an opportunity for teachers and administrators to experience our facility and resources. In-services can focus on a particular topic or developed to fit the needs of a specific content area or grade level. These are offered on a year-round, as requested basis.
To learn how you can schedule an in-service at the History Center, please contact Group Tour Coordinator Christina McElwain at 412-454-6304 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Examples of content include:
- Analyzing and Integrating Primary Sources
- Creating Experiential Learning in the Classroom
- Literary Arts Integration in Social Studies
- Accessing and Integrating Digital Museum and Archives Resources
- American History through the Lens of Regional History
Free Preview Pass for Educators
Educators receive a free admission coupon to the History Center when confirming a tour reservation, allowing you to plan ahead and make the most of your visit for students.