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    P Credit Courses

    Join us for the Museum of the City of New York's courses for educators featuring leading historians, engaging gallery tours, and hands-on workshops.

    Upcoming Courses

    New York at Its Core: Examining Our City’s Past, Present, and Future

    • 3 P Credits, 6 Day Course, Summer 2017
    • Supported by the Museum’s groundbreaking new exhibition, New York at Its Core, this course will provide participants with a deep historical understanding of change over time in New York City – examining its rise from a striving Dutch village to a preeminent global city now facing the future in a changing world.
      Registration opens May 2017

    Rhythm & Power: Dance, Immigration, and Community Action in NYC History

    • 3 P Credits, 6 Day Course, Summer 2017
    • Get energized and have fun this summer as you learn about the history of New York City’s diverse population and rich immigrant cultures through the lens of dance. Experience and practice multiple engagement strategies and write lessons that engage your students through music, dance, cultural studies, and history. Suitable for educators of all grades and subjects and requiring no prior dance experience, this course is inspired by the Museum of the City of New York’s newest exhibition, Rhythm and Power: Salsa in New York (opens June 2017).
      Registration opens May 2017

    About P Credit Courses

    The Museum of the City of New York offers Professional Credit (P Credit) Courses throughout the year. These courses are open to all educators, including educators not eligible for credits through the New York City Department of Education.

    P Credit in-service courses are offered in conjunction with the New York City Department of Education’s After School Professional Development Program (ASPDP) and can be applied towards teachers' 30+ salary differential. ASPDP courses may also be used by teachers and paraprofessionals toward the NYS 175 hours of Professional Development requirement, as long as their principal approves. For more information on DOE salary differentials, please visit their website.

    Course Information and Registration

    Registration for Summer Courses opens May 2017.

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