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In preparation for the special exhibition, Maharaja: The Splendor of India’s Royal Courts (October 21, 2011–April 8, 2012), the UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project and Asian Art Museum co-present the Art & Power in Colonial India teacher institute designed for Grade 10 World History teachers. Inspired by presentations by UC Berkeley professors and museum curators, participants will examine historical content, academic literacy strategies, and standards-based applications for the classroom. Participants will also develop a lesson plan and receive a disk of Asian Art Museum collection images and priority registration for exhibition related school programs.

Art & Power in Colonial India Teacher Institute Asian Art Museum

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In preparation for the special exhibition, Maharaja: The Splendor of India’s Royal Courts (October 21, 2011–April 8, 2012), the UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project and Asian Art Museum co-present the Art & Power in Colonial India teacher institute designed for Grade 10 World History teachers. Inspired by presentations by UC Berkeley professors and museum curators, participants will examine historical content, academic literacy strategies, and standards-based applications for the classroom. Participants will also develop a lesson plan and receive a disk of Asian Art Museum collection images and priority registration for exhibition related school programs.

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