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Teaching with Primary Sources from Local Collections + The Library of Congress
 

New from Teaching with Primary Sources at The University of the Arts!

Teaching with primary sources allows educators to design student-centered learning experiences focused on the development of critical skills and building content knowledge. Educators will examine primary sources from direct access to local collections as well as the digital resources made available by the Library of Congress. Site visits include collections throughout the region, museums, gardens and libraries in Philadelphia, New York City and the Brandywine Valley.

Day Trips:
Day 2 - Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Fabric Workshop
Day 3 - Tenement Museum, Morgan Library, with lunch at Katz's Deli
Day 4 - Winterthur Museum, Longwood Gardens
Day 5 - National Museum of Jewish American History, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia Magic Garden
To view the itinerary for our Teaching with Primary Sources from Local Collections course, click here.
COURSE NOT OFFERED IN SUMMER 2017
 
Credits & Fees
3.0 credits
Tuition: $475
 

Non-credit
Tuition: FREE

 
Dates/Times/Location
TBA
The University of the Arts
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Instructor
Stormy Vogel
 
For information about housing accomodations, click here.