Explore BCA exhibitions, engage in hands-on activities, and attend conferences and workshops to bring exciting new resources and practices back to your classroom through teacher professional development programs.
Jun 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 2017 | 9am to noon
Inst: Becca Spiro
Old Masonic Hall
Earn graduate level credit from Adams State University through the Teacher Academy. This summer’s class is “Object Based Learning: Using Artwork to Enhance Classroom Curriculum.” Teachers will learn how to engage, inspire, and educate students through object based learning; how to create and realize lesson plans centered around artwork; and how to build a creative toolkit to connect students with artwork. The course may be used for salary advancement and recertification. Upon successful completion of the course, teachers will earn one graduate credit.
For more information, please contact Becca Spiro at 970 453 3187 or email@example.com.
If you are unable to schedule a field trip due to time constraints or physical distance, download one of our exhibition guides. This classroom-friendly guide is designed to spark conversation and encourage deep critical thinking among students of all ages, and as it is thematically cross-curricular, this resource is accessible to a range of teachers and students.
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Contextualize artwork through resources available at the South Branch Library. Bibliographies supplement BCA’s annual festivals, events and exhibiitions, and may be used in your classroom throughout the year.
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BCA offers a variety of programs for students to learn about art, history and culture. Whether it is a docent-led tour complete with hands-on art project or a self-guided visit to our campus, students are provided an experiential learning opportunity that fosters collaboration, creativity and critical thinking.
Though our field trips, BCA educators and docents engage students in the experience of viewing art and empower them to make meaningful connections to their curriculum, their world and themselves. Opportunities are available for elementary, middle, high-school and college students, and can be customized to align with grade-level curriculum and across disciplines.
To plan a field trip, request a tour or learn about self-guided visits, please contact Becca Spiro at 970 453 3187 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also click here to download field trip planning information.