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Night at the 21st Century Museum



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Description of Event

This event is an opportunity for schools to showcase grade K-12 students' exemplary learning experiences by providing a forum for students to present their work and receive feedback from an appreciative public audience!

Teachers and students are encouraged to submit high-quality projects from all content areas.  Presentation modes may include: live performances, displays, digital media, and any other creative and unique way to demonstrate 21st Century Learning and/or communicate an innovation or solution to a problem.

Museum patrons will experience how California State Standards implementation is transforming learning and teaching in a rigorous and relevant way.


How Projects Are Chosen

There are three ways for student-created projects to be included in the Night at  21st Century Museum event.

  1. Students, parents and teachers are encouraged to submit a Project Application to participate in A Night at the 21st Century Museum. The application will be reviewed by the Museum Curators. The Curators will then contact the school to set up a meeting to go over the project.

  2. Students who participate in other student events are invited by the event’s TCOE Consultant to participate in the Night at the 21st Century Museum event.  Teachers associated with the project are required to submit a Project Application form which was emailed upon request.

  3. Museum Curators invite rigorous and relevant projects by students that they come across while working in the field. Teachers associated with the project are required to submit a Project Application form which is emailed.

 

How to Create Your Own Museum!

Follow the informational links on this page or email Student Events Coordinator Paula Terrill at paula.terrill@tcoe.org, to learn how to create and manage this event for your own organization. 



N@21CM!

Event to be held on April 17, 2018

Museum Curators

Juliana Davidian
Student Event Coordinator
(559) 651-3003

Paula Terrill
Student Event Coordinator
(559) 651-0565

Kate Stover
Staff Development & Curriculum Specialist
Visual and Performing Arts
(559) 741-0809




CCSS CCR Anchor Standards
Writing: 4-9
Speaking and Listening: 1, 2, 4, and 5

CCSS Reading:
Standards are dependent on project

CCSS Math:
Standards are dependent on project

NGSS Next Generation Science Standards:
Standards are dependent on project

Social Studies:
Standards are dependent on project

VAPA Visual and Performing Arts:
Standards are dependent on project

CTE Career Technical Education Industry Sector Standards:
Standards are dependent on project

Career Ready Practice Standards:
Standards are dependent on project


Helpful Downloadables 

Here are a few downloadable documents to help your organization get started with your very own Night at the 21st Century Museum event.

Sample Public Invitation
Adobe Photoshop PSD file
Adobe PDF file

Sample Participation Invitation Letter
Google Doc

Sample Postcard

Front (Adobe PhotoShop PSD file)
Front (Adobe PDF file)
Back (Adobe PhotoShop PSD file)
Back (Adobe PDF file)

Sample Flyer
Adobe Photoshop PSD file
Adobe PDF file

Sample Media Release Form 
Microsoft Word file


Media links

Night at the 21st Century Museum - Foothills Sun-Gazette, April 26, 2017

Student Projects Come Alive at Night at the 21st Century Museum - Visalia Times-Delta, May 3, 2016