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The Center for Architecture offers customized workshops for classroom teachers and administrators that help staff infuse core curricula with STEAM education, using art, architecture, digital design, and engineering projects.

Programs cover built environment education teaching strategies, activities, and curricula. Participants receive a classroom-ready resource and activity packet to help them integrate built environment studies into their curricula.

Professional Development Workshops may be included as part of a residency program or may be scheduled individually at the school or at the Center for Architecture.

If you are interested in arranging a Professional Development Workshop at your school, please contact: Catherine Teegarden, Director of Education at cteegarden@centerforarchitecture.org.

Workshop Topics

We can also develop customized workshops in collaboration with school staff to target existing classroom curricula.

Neighborhood Architecture

Math and Architecture

Architecture and the Social Studies Curricula (including focused sessions on the architecture of different cultures such as Ancient Greek and Roman Architecture, Native American Architecture, etc.)

Green Architecture

Structures and Engineering

3-D Design and Model Building

Feedback From Past Professional Development Programs:

“Great job—thank you for the most meaningful, interesting PD of my 9 year teaching career.”

What did you learn from this workshop? “Loads! Basics of architecture, ideas for application… I will definitely incorporate built environment education into my teaching—it feels doable now.”

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