The Frazier History Museum is excited to announce a new and ongoing initiative to create inquiry materials for educators built around the artifacts and stories highlighted at the museum.
The Frazier History Museum, located on Museum Row in downtown Louisville, is offering a selection of fun and engaging learning options during the summer, many at no cost. In addition, a new menu of virtual programs allows for a further reach throughout the state.
The new Kentucky Academic Standards for Social Studies present a goal of “producing graduates that are civically engaged, socially responsible and culturally aware.”
Registration is open for the Kentucky Historical Society’s (KHS) 2019 Kentucky History Education Conference and related events for K-12 educators July 17-19 at the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History in Frankfort.
The Frazier History Museum is hosting a professional learning program focusing on the Kentucky State Capitol on Nov. 4 at the museum in Louisville.
The Frazier History Museum in Louisville is presenting a matinee series of “Tales of Poe: The Works of Edgar Allan Poe Brought to Life” for students in grades 6-12 Sept. 28-29 and Oct. 4-6 at the museum in Louisville.
Teachers will be guests of honor at a number of museums in downtown Louisville on Nov. 8 during Museum Row on Main’s teacher appreciation. All professional educators will receive free admission for themselves and a guest to these locations: Frazier History Museum, Kentucky Science Center, Muhammad Ali Center, Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory and Evan [...]
The Frazier History Museum will host the professional development session, “Echoes and Reflections: Holocaust Education for 21st Century Classrooms,” on Saturday, April 13, from 9 a.m. to noon. Teachers will be trained on how to teach the Holocaust education program, “Echoes and Reflections,” and receive course materials ready for use in the classroom. After the workshop, teachers may explore the [...]