LEARNING AT THE AGA KHAN MUSEUM
LEARNING AT THE AGA KHAN MUSEUM

LEARNING AT THE AGA KHAN MUSEUM

Learning at the Aga Khan Museum: A Curriculum Resource Guide for Teachers, Grades One to Eight by Patricia Bentley and Dr. Ruba Kana'an (Head of Education and Scholarly Programs, Aga Khan Museum) gives teachers ideas and resources for using the Aga Khan Museum collection, exhibitions, and performing arts programs to teach core competency skills in Arts, Sciences, Mathematics, Literacy, and Social Studies while fulfilling specific expectations in the Ontario Ministry Curriculum.

Featuring lesson plans, a glossary of terms, and strategies for art-based learning, this resource is perfect for classroom use and for teachers' reference during a class visit to the Aga Khan Museum.

Contributors:
Vanessa Barnett, Arts Instructional Leader, Toronto District School Board Rob Mewhinney, Program Coordinator, Instructional Leader, Social and World Studies and Humanities, Toronto District School BoardByron Stevenson, Instructional Leader, Social and World Studies and Humanities, Toronto District School Board

Photo by Janet Kimber


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