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AIC – K-12 Education Resources

AIC has started an Education and Outreach working group, and they’ve put up some resources on teaching preservation to the K-12 age group. Follow the link for more information.

K-12 Education Resources

Below is information that can assist conservators or educators in presenting the field of conservation to a K-12 audience. Areas of efforts include maintaining a centralized list of conservators willing to participate in educational projects such as visiting schools, giving lab tours, or offering workshops or classes in their local area, assembling web resources that discuss conservation, chemistry or art history and would be useful in lesson plans and providing a place for sharing resources developed by AIC members that can be used for educational outreach.

This information has been compiled by AIC’s Education Outreach Working Group. In the future, work will expand to identify ways for conservators assist with outreach efforts by working with professional organizations that develop K-12 curricula in the arts and sciences. The information presented here is merely a start.

via AIC – K-12 Education Resources.

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