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Continuing Education for Educators

As part of our mission to create education programs for lifelong learning and discovery, the Albright-Knox is dedicated to developing learning opportunities for teachers as well as students. We offer teacher resources and professional development for educators in all disciplines to support arts integration in the classrooms of Western New York and beyond.

Aligned with state and common core standards, the Albright-Knox’s educational approach will introduce you to how art can ignite curiosity, foster critical-thinking skills, and help you to think creatively about interdisciplinary links to your curriculum.

Learn more below about Educators' Workshops and Teacher Hours at Albright-Knox Northland, as well as how to schedule a private Virtual Educators' Workshop for your school or district.

Educators’ Workshops

Our Educators' Workshops for active Pre-K–12 teachers and administrators use artworks on view and reproductions of artworks from the museum’s collection to inspire curriculum development and encourage critical and creative thinking in student learning using Visual Thinking Strategies.

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Teacher Hours at Albright-Knox Northland

Join us for a tour and discussion exploring the special exhibition In These Truths with School and Docent Programs Coordinator Lindsay Kranz. Additional resources, such as classroom activities and gallery guides, will be provided.

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Private Virtual Educators' Workshops

The museum offers private virtual workshops to local schools and districts for groups of up to 20 active Pre-K–12 teachers and administrators. Workshops may be scheduled on weekdays for two or three hours between 9 am and 7 pm.

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