WINTER 2019 TEACHER COURSE
 

Friday & Saturday, February 1 and 2, 9 am–3 pm

We are excited to have Fritz Horstman coming back this winter to led us in exploring fiber, color, collaboration, and space inspired by three intersecting threads: the deCordova exhibition, Sheila Pepe: Hot Mess Formalism (October 2018-March 2019), the work of Anni Albers and Josef Albers, and Fritz's own artwork.

Fritz Horstman is an artist and educator, and is the Artist Residency and Education Coordinator at the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation.

More details and EDCO registration information coming soon!

Inquiries, please contact: Julie Bernson at [email protected] or 781.259.3649.


WONDER OF LEARNING: TRAVELING REGGIO EMILIA EXHIBITION
 

Join teachers, administrators, museum educators, students, parents, and advocates at The Wonder of Learning Boston 2018. This extensive exhibition demonstrates the pioneering Reggio Emilia Approach to early childhood education that is applicable to all ages and educational environments. Accompanying events and professional development series offer unparalleled teacher training. Get involved today and get inspired to spark the imagination of students and educators alike!

 

 

Professional Development at deCordova
 

EDUCATOR EBLAST

To receive occasional emails about teacher programs and advance exhibition information, please contact Donna Berube at [email protected] or 781.259.3603.

EDCO WORKSHOPS

Day-long workshops through the school-year and summer institutes co-sponsored by EDCO Collaborative offer immersive experiences for educators of art and various other disciplines.

SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

What could an immersive and inspiring professional development experience at deCordova do for your department or school?
Half- and full-day programs are designed around your objectives and interests. Great for educators interested in experiential or place-based learning; 2D and 3D art making; and interdisciplinary connections with science, environmental studies, language arts, history, and more. Contact for inquiries and to discuss ideas: Julie Bernson at [email protected] or 781.259.3649.

LINCOLN NURSERY SCHOOL/DECORDOVA PARTNERSHIP

Preschool faculty and administrators, education professors, and museum educators are invited to inquire about professional development opportunities with the on-site, Reggio Emilia-inspired Lincoln Nursery School and deCordova's Learning and Engagement Department. Contact Lisa Canning, [email protected].

FACILITIES RENTAL FOR EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

DeCordova's 30-acre, pond-side campus is an inspiring setting for your own retreat. We offer special rates for schools or organizations that wish to rent our studios or meeting spaces for their own professional development or meetings. Contact Donna Berube at [email protected] or 781.259.3603.