When: March 5, 2019, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Presenter(s): Joanne Spurza (Classical and Oriental Studies); Fiore Sireci (English); Patrick Burke (Mathematics and Statistics); Monica Calabritto (Romance Languages)
Hunter’s central location and partnerships with cultural institutions in the city greatly facilitate learning opportunities at the museum. This lunchtime seminar addresses the pedagogical advantages and challenges of designing meaningful and effective activities at the museum, during or outside class time. We will hear how Hunter instructors from a variety of disciplines — archeology, literature, mathematics, language, among others — have incorporated museum activities into their courses and curriculum.