From the Secret History of History to the Science of Spying, the Museum offers educator professional development workshops that provide a new and interesting content on topics including but not limited to:
- The role of intelligence in national security
- What is spying, how does it work, and why do we do it?
- What do students in the 21st Century need to know about spying?
- The Cold War
- The Cuban Missile Crisis
- The role of spying and intelligence in the Civil War
- The Secret History of History – a 2,000 year history of spying.
- The Spy’s Eye View: Meet a real spy click here for speakers
- Spy Tech: What is the science behind spying?
- The role of communication in spying (addressing ELA curriculum)
In addition to a variety of topics, workshops provide innovative resources and teaching methodologies that provide educators with practical, hands-on tools to integrate the content into classroom curriculum.
- Range from 2 hours to a full day.
- Can take place on-site at the Museum, off site at your facility, or via distance learning.
- Can include breakfast, lunch and/or just a basic coffee break.
- Include access to the Museum’s main exhibition.
- Are conducted in a private classroom space.
- Provide a packet of lesson plans, publications and resources to bring back to the classroom.
- Are flexible and customizable both in content and length.
Pricing is available upon request.