Thursday, July 18, 2019
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Tickets: $35 - To register, please call Lucy Stirn at 202.654.0933.
Feeling like your summer needs a little intrigue? Want to add some spy drama into your classroom activities? We have just the fix!
Take a sneak peek and a deep dive into the rich, new content and concepts presented in the new exhibits at the newly relocated International Spy Museum.
Tour the exciting new exhibits with the Museum’s educators and curator.
Meet a real, former “spy” and learn about how the real world of spying and spy skills can inform your curriculum and students.
Explore lesson plans and activities to enrich social studies, STEM, English language arts curriculum.
Enjoy lively conversation over a light casual dinner.
Take home resources that are ready-to-use in your classroom!
*Cost includes Museum admission, SPY educational resources and lesson plans, and a sandwich dinner. Program ticket is non-refundable.
This event is designed for educators who
teach grades 4 – 12.
To register, please call Lucy Stirn at
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