The Exploratorium

Jan

The Exploratorium is a museum of science, art, and human perception in San Francisco. Its website offers a place where students can explore their curiosity and discover scientific concepts through videos, reading, educational games, and other activities. Students can explore the science of music and dance and the physics of baseball or try to crack the Mayan code. They can … Read More

Smarthistory, presented by the Khan Academy

Jan

Smarthistory.org is a multimedia resource designed to replace the traditional art history textbook. Launched in 2005, Smarthistory began a partnership with the Khan Academy last year. The website offers more than 450 videos and 250 essays on art history, covering the ancient cultures to the Industrial Revolution to the modern age of Post-Colonialism. Explore contemporary topics such as feminist art, earth-conscious … Read More

Podcast Episode: Integrating the Arts

Jan

Join teacher, author, and consultant Elizabeth Peterson as she discusses how arts integration helps students engage in content and deepen their learning.

MFA for Educators

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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.  Gather artwork and resources (images, documents and web links) for your lessons.  Browse lessons developed by MFA staff and other teachers.