At the Mississippi Children’s Museum (MCM), we believe that learning is serious fun. Our professional development workshops are innovative and interactive. They provide early childhood and elementary educators with inspirational, engaging activities to take back to their classrooms. Educators explore the museum during professional development just as their students would on a field trip to make connections between classroom lessons and real-world concepts!
April 13 – Mad About Math
During this workshop, you will explore mathematics concepts and new ways to introduce them in the classroom. This workshop brings math to life while providing affordable and adaptable resources for your classroom. You will be given tools to help you implement inquiry-based lesson plans with your students. This professional development workshop will make you mad about math!
Online Registration – Coming Soon!
June 30 – How Does Your Garden Grow
Using the museum’s Literacy Garden as a backdrop, teachers will experience an outdoor classroom and learn methods to bring the outdoors into their classroom. It will provide adaptable, cross-curricular and inquiry-based activities for teaching students about nature and conservation. Lessons will use science, literacy and mathematics to inspire a student’s imagination and utilize both creativity and critical thinking skills.
E-mail Assistant Director of Enrichment, Sheri Bradford, for more information at *protected email*.