LongHouse, its gardens and resources are open for curriculum development. Additional resources, including LongHouse library (books, articles, videos) are available by appointment.
LongHouse Education Committee and/or Staff are available to discuss:
- Integration of curricular needs with LongHouse
- Hosting Staff Meetings and Superintendent Conference Day
- Opportunities for your students to perform at LongHouse during Open Days or Special Events.
MAKE LEARNING AUTHENTIC
“We learn best through a three-dimensional experience, we learn faster and deeper from the experience of being in the space.” Jack Lenor Larsen, founder
Whether you are an Elementary, Middle/Intermediate, High school or College Educator, LongHouse offers ties in most any field of study.
Give your students the opportunity to connect what they are learning with its application in the real world.
Come visit. BOOK A TOUR.
We will work with you to focus on your needs. Visits are always free of charge to educators and their students.
STUDENT ANNUAL IX will be held on Tuesday, June 14, 2016
from 4 - 6pm (gardens open at 3:00 -- rain date is June 15).
Deadline for submissions is Tuesday, June 7, 2016 (work can be dropped off in the office May 26th - June 7th by 5pm). Click here to submit to this year's Student Annual IX.
PRE AND POST VISITS
We offer on-line materials shared by fellow colleagues. These can be used as is or adapted to your specific needs.
They can easily be aligned with NYS Core Standards.
To view all see ALIGN WITH NYS.
SHARE YOUR VISIT
If you would like to share your write-ups, photos and press with us, we will post it here to share with the community. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your stories.
Congratulations to Robin Gianis from the Bridgehampton School on her article published in Arts and Activities. The article was inspired by her high school art students' visit to LongHouse.
Ross School Blog 10/05/12 Finding Patterns in Nature (Elementary)
Ross School Blog 10/08/12 The Geometry of LongHouse (High School)
Ross School Blog 1/11/13 Finding Math in Art (High School)