As an educator, you work hard all year to create and facilitate educational and engaging experiences for your students. Let us inspire your teaching practice with new perspectives and training at one of our many professional development workshops for educators. These programs are facilitated by Museum staff, area partners, and experts in education and history. Click on a program title to learn more!
- Special Exhibition Educator Night—#1 in Civil Rights: The African American Freedom Struggle in St. Louis (March 15th, 2017)
- Museum Literacy and Methods in Museum Education (March 25th, 2017)
- Special Exhibition Educator Night—World War I: Missouri and the Great War (April 11th, 2017)
- Summer Teacher Institute—St. Louis: First in Civil Rights (July 17th through 21st, 2017)
Program details are subject to change. Registration is required for all educator programs; we'll announce when registration opens via our Educator eNewsletter.
To learn more about our Private Educator Workshops, click HERE!
See What Educators Are Saying about Our Professional Development Workshops
“Seeing the different techniques applied to the gallery spaces and topics was especially helpful.”
“Great discussions and hands-on, serious engagement between facilitators and participants.”
“I’ve learned so much about accessing and building students' prior knowledge and using artifacts to activate learning.”
“Thank you for making the Museum more accessible for teachers!”
“I feel much more confident using the Museum as a resource for my students, and helping to guide their learning.”
“I was opened to seeing exhibits and museums in ways that I never thought of before.”
“The strategies shared were modeled in exemplary ways. They sparked ideas that can be transferred to the classroom.”
“I got ideas for other subjects as well as history.”
“This was a fantastic experience. The ideas were innovative and exciting. The staff was friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful.”
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Adult Programs and Community Events
In addition to our professional development workshops for educators, we offer a number of adult programs and community events at the Missouri History Museum. These include film screenings, book signings, lectures, musical performances, theatre performances, and exhibition-related events. Find out what’s going on at the Museum at mohistory.org/upcoming or sign up for our Events eNewsletter.