Social Studies

Integrating Social Studies and the Arts: Exhibit Proposal Project


This webpage contains information and resources related to the Integrating Social Studies and the Arts: Exhibit Proposal Project webinar recorded March 10, 2017. The content provided in this presentation was current as of the recording date. This presentation is informational and is not intended to replace or supersede local guidance. The lesson plan related to this webinar, located on CPLAMS is titled Examining American History from 1763 to 1815. In this lesson, students, working individually and collaboratively, research and create a proposed exhibit for the National Women’s History Museum. Delivered in three clearly articulated segments, this arts integrated lesson is scaffolded to set students up for success as they learn and demonstrate learning of the social studies content through artistic means and reflection.

Hosts

  • Michael DiPierro, Social Studies Education Specialist, Bureau of Standards and Instructional Support
  • Jennifer Infinger, Fine Arts Education Specialist, Bureau of Standards and Instructional Support

Desired outcomes

By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Explain to a peer how a project rooted in the Contextual Model of Learning* can be used to integrate Arts and Social Studies standards.
  • Plan and implement an integrated Arts and Social Studies standards-based lesson.

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