Enjoy a day of STEM at the Musical Instrument Museum, divided into two workshops. Walk away with in-class project ideas, new ways to spark conversation among students, and in-gallery activities to strengthen the connection between field trip and classroom. Attendance at both two-hour workshops is optional but encouraged!
- 10:00 a.m.–noon
Focus: Basic physics and classification of musical instruments for elementary-aged students
- 1:00–3:00 p.m.
Focus: Music technology, amplification, and electronic music for middle and high school-aged students
Space is limited. On the day of each session, teachers receive free admission to the museum to explore and continue developing lesson plan ideas, a resource packet, and a certificate for tracking professional development hours.
The PD was well balanced. Lecture, hands-on activities, guided tour and exploration. I came away feeling confident that I can make a field trip very worth the students’ STEM education.
—STEM: How Science Brings Music to Life Participant
Seating is limited for these sessions. If you have to cancel your registration, please do so at least two weeks beforehand, so your spot can be made available to another educator. To cancel your registration, call 480.245.6962 or e-mail programs@MIM.org.