Professional Development Workshops provide new insights into specific subjects and are designed to offer new educational resources and tools for K-12 educators. The workshops focus on the arts, sciences, history, and character education. The Morris Museum is a registered professional development provider and a certificate of completion is provided to all participants.
Professional Development workshops take place on Thursday evenings at the Morris Museum or can be scheduled at your convenience at your school. Pre-registration is required. Program prices include resource materials, classroom activities, and a light dinner. Payment is required at the time of registration.
WHY MUSIC ROCKS, RELAXES, AND MAKES YOU SMART!
Thursday, March 9, 2017, 4:30-7:30PM
Program Fee: $20 per person at the Morris Museum
Workshop at your school: $225 for one workshop,
$395 for two workshops
Workshop Provider: Claudia Lemmerz, Founder/Director of Touch the
Many studies have proven that music has a huge impact on the brain development of children. What kind of music do you turn on in your classroom? What does that music mean to you? This workshop introduces and encourages teachers and child care professionals to use more music in their classrooms to enhance their daily routines. Using music as a teaching tool helps children to adapt more easily to daily routines, express themselves, experience their own feelings, and connect socially to peers and educators.
CCSS.ELA–Literacy–CCSS.RI.(K–5).1,3,5 and 7; SL.(K–5).1A–D, 2, 3, 4 and 6
CCCS Visual and Performing Arts Standards: 1.1.B, 1.2.B, 1.3.B
To register, please call 973.971.3710 or email [email protected]
A minimum of 5 participants is needed to conduct a professional development workshop. If the workshop must be cancelled due to low enrollment, all participants who have registered will be notified one week before the workshop date. Payment is required at the time of registration.