Access resources that will help you engage your students and broaden their understanding of the arts of Muslim civilizations. Featuring curriculum resources and strategies for art-based learning inspired by the Aga Khan Museum’s Permanent Collection and Temporary Exhibitions, these resources are perfect for classroom use and for teachers’ reference during a class visit to the Aga Khan Museum.
LEARNING AT THE AGA KHAN MUSEUM
Inspired by our Permanent Collection, the Aga Khan Museum Curriculum Guide provides ideas and resources to teach core competency skills in arts, sciences, mathematics, literacy, and social studies while fulfilling specific expectations in the Ontario Ministry Curriculum.
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ONTARIO CURRICULUM PROJECT
Through a partnership with the Ontario Ministry of Education, the Ontario Curriculum Project was initiated to develop curriculum resources by teachers, for teachers, inspired by the collection and work of the Aga Khan Museum.
Explore all of the resources by 7 subject associations:
TEACHING THE SDGS THROUGH ART
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the world’s shared plan to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.
Developed by Aga Khan Foundation Canada with support from the Government of Canada, this toolkit of lesson plans and activities explores Sustainable Development Goals through the lenses of art.
Click here to access the Aga Khan Foundation Canada’s classroom resources.
Customizable Teacher PD sessions show how to use the art of Muslim civilizations and inquiry-based methods to engage students in cross curricular learning.
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