In our 1-day session, teachers learn how ARC’s hands-on, design-education programs motivate students and reinforce grade-level STEM learning

  • Learn from Anna Sanko, award-winning Architecture Resource Center (ARC) CT Master Teaching Artist, how student understanding increases with differentiated learning activities

  • Learn how to use the context of student lives to improve comprehension and performance

  • See how ARC uses elements of architecture & engineering to illustrate math & science concepts you teach

  • Learn how ARC project-based programs incorporate 21st-century skills like collaboration, creativity, and ownership

  • Experience the collaborative problem-solving and creativity that ARC lessons generate by participating in an activity designed for you

  • Finally, with ARC programs, answer for students once and for all, “Why do I ever need to know this?”


ARC will help you apply

The CT Office of the Arts has set aside a fixed sum to fund Arts Learning Access Grants of $500 - $1,000. Rolling deadline applications are being accepted now. 

*See if you Qualify for programs starting Fall 2018 through Fall 2019.