Program in Teaching

For Teachers

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Professional Development

Classroom Opportunities

Professional Development

Williams College Museum of Art Workshops

With the aid of Williams College students, the education department at the Williams College Museum of Art runs a workshop program, attended by over 100 teachers every year. Massachusetts teachers may receive Professional Development Points for participation in workshops such as Architecture in the Classroom, and Contemporary Art and Social Issues.

Contact: Rebecca Hayes, WCMA Director of Education, (413) 597-2038, Rebecca.L.Hayes@williams.edu.

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Williams College Summer Program for Teachers

Teachers from schools in Adams, Cheshire, Clarksburg, Florida, North Adams, Savoy and Williamstown are invited to attend any or all of the professional development programs offered at Williams in the summer. Workshops during the summer of 2000 covered a range of disciplines, including Computer Science, Philosophy, Science, Biology and Humanities. The courses provide credit that will help teachers meet requirements for recertification, although the courses are also open to teachers not receiving credit.

Contact: Dick Quinn, Assistant Director of Public Affairs at Williams College, (413) 597-4982, Dick.Quinn@williams.edu. Information is also available from the principals of participating schools.

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