South Central Regional Conference
Friday, March 14, 2014
At Roberson Museum and Science Center
How can we meaningfully incorporate the wealth of local and regional cultural resources into our Common Core-based curricula? This conference will provide opportunities for public school teachers, librarians, administrators, local and regional museums, art centers, historic sites, and other cultural institutions to get to know and interact with each other. The keynote will be presented by Kate Gerson, Senior Fellow for Common Core and Educator Engagement for the NY State Department of Education.
This regional conference will convene K-12 teachers and informal educators from the South Central region of New York State. The event will be held at Roberson Museum and Science Center on March 14th, 2014 from 8:30am-3:15pm.
- Formal educators will understand how to incorporate/utilize regional cultural resources in the way that the common core curriculum demands. Informal educators will understand Common Core Learning Standards, and learn how to adapt their resources and programs to support CCLS.
- Formal and informal educators will have a broad understanding of the variety of regional resources and how to access each other.
For more information visit WSKG
Contact Danielle Britton at 607.772.0660 x240 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Partner agencies include:
The Roger Kresge Foundation