Extended School Partnership Program
MCASD’s Extended School Partnership Program empowers 6th-12th grade teachers to use the Museum as an extension of the classroom. By developing the teacher’s ability to incorporate original art objects into a curriculum, MCASD provides a way to strengthen the role of the gallery as a learning environment. The program consists of professional development for the classroom teacher, class visits to the Museum led by both the classroom teacher and MCASD Gallery Educators and, and a culminating event in which students showcase their accomplishments at the Museum.
Learn more about the ESP program in this photo essay created by high school intern Ines Diot.
For more information about the Extended School Partnership Program, please contact the Education Department at 858 454 3541 x318 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Extended School Partnership (ESP) Program at MCASD is made possible by generous lead underwriting support from Maryanne and Irwin Pfister, ResMed Foundation, proceeds from the 2014 Biennial Art Auction, and annual contributors to the MCASD Museum Fund. Institutional support of MCASD is provided by the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture and the County of San Diego Community Enhancement Fund.
ESP Showcase for High Tech High Media Arts.
ESP Partner Teacher Carlos Martell teaches his Spanish students in MCASD’s galleries.
ESP Showcase for King Chavez High School.
ESP Partner Teacher Adam Tinkle teaches his Universal Language Orchestra of Spring Valley students in MCASD's galleries.
ESP Showcase for High Tech High Chula Vista.