Professional Learning Events

NMAAHC professional learning events are designed to stimulate your mind as a lifelong learner.

Our programs for educators range from one-day professional learning to multi-day institutes. All of our programs are research-based and incorporate best practices in adult education, pedagogy, and classroom strategies. The Teaching and Learning team hopes to inspire educators with stories from African American history so they feel empowered to share diverse narratives with their students.

Our professional development events strive to:

  • Provide a different lens through which to understand American history
  • Model strategies for integrating object-based learning and African American primary sources into the classroom
  • Explore methods for discussing the history of race and racism within the school environment
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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Programs

Read Between the Brushstrokes: Using Visual Art as a Historical Source

  • First session will launch Saturday, October 19
  • Online course aimed at cultivating educators' visual literacy and modeling strategies for integrating visual art into the non-art classroom
  • Hosted through Moodle

Register for Read Between the Brushstrokes

Stay connected with NMAAHC Education!

Check out our Educator Opportunity Corner where we periodically list short term positions for educators.