K-12 Teachers

The Yale Peabody Museum offers a wide range of educational programs and materials that educators can use in teaching their K–12 students. Many of our offerings have been developed in collaboration with K–12 teachers and use the strengths of the Peabody’s collections and Yale research as their foundation.

The Office of School & Teacher Engagement is here to serve you during the Museum’s renovation. Our physical offices have moved to Yale’s West Campus in Orange, Connecticut, where we are preparing classrooms and outdoor facilities for the eventual return of in-person programming. In the meantime, we are working on programs to deliver to your students online.

We need your help!  What programs would you like to see that will be of most use to you and your students? Please complete this 2-minute survey and give us feedback about your needs for remote programming.  

We will see you and your students this fall!


School & Group Programs

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School & Group Programs

The terrific Peabody programs you know and new topics coming soon—find them in our educational program offerings for K–12 students.

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Teacher Resources

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Teacher Resources

Explore lesson plans, curricula, supporting materials for teaching, programs for educators, and more. All are developed specifically for teachers using Peabody collections and Yale research.

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Contact

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Tom Parlapiano Manager,
School & Teacher Engagement
Elizabeth Steele Senior Administrative Assistant,
School & Teacher Engagement
+1 203 432 3775 elizabeth.steele@yale.edu
Jim Sirch Coordinator: Public Education,
School & Teacher Engagement
+1 203 432 6919 james.sirch@yale.edu
Armand Morgan Senior Instructor,
School & Teacher Engagement
+1 203 432 3297 armand.morgan@yale.edu