POSTPONED: PRIVATE TOUR: MDCPS Museum Education Program2020-03-13T13:59:55-04:00
At FIU, we have temporarily postponed this event due to the coronavirus pandemic. This decision has been made from an abundance of caution with the health and well-being of our guests and community in mind. We hope to have a new date soon.

Miami Dade County Public School Tour
Approximately 30 Students
Students arrive 11:30-12:00
Tour 12-1pm

MDCPS Museum Education Program
Tour by:
Linda Mangual, Art Teacher, Museum Educator, MDCPS
Over thirty years ago the administrators of the Art Education Program developed the Museum Education Program, a collaborative effort between Miami-Dade County Public Schools, local museums, and galleries. This program is designed to provide all students attending art classes, kindergarten through senior high school, an opportunity to view and discuss original works of art and architecture in a museum, historic site, or gallery setting.
Our Museum Educators, who are Miami-Dade County art teachers, guide students through interdisciplinary tours of modern, classical, contemporary, and student produced art. Specially designed educational resource guides emphasize the connection between art, language arts, math, science, social studies, and career awareness. On-site and follow-up art, reading, and writing activities reinforce the concepts explored through the museum tour. These multi-curricular experiences serve to foster student awareness of the link between themselves and artists who express personal thoughts, feelings and experiences through works of art. The art reflects the cultural, historical, social, and economic climate of the times in which it is created.
The Museum Education Program represents over twenty museums, galleries, and outreach programs. The museum educators are art teachers who have been chosen for their ability to plan tours, develop educational resource guides, and create relevant and interesting tours of permanent collections and traveling exhibitions. This unique program has become a national model recognized by the National School Boards Association as one of the outstanding curriculum ideas in the United States.
The Miami-Dade County Public Schools Museum Education Program was also recognized for excellence in Gaining the Arts Advantage, a report released by the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities and the Arts Education Partnership.
To learn more about Miami Dade County Public Schools visit

College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts
Modesto A. Maidique Campus
PH: 305-535-1463 |