NCMA and NC Classical League Survey
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Name *
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Email *
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School Name *
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School County *
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Courses you teach *
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Grade level of Students you teach *
Curriculum Connections
On a scale of 1-10 (1 not familiar, 10 very familiar), rate your familiarity with using art to teach your subject matter. *
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Very familiar
On a scale of 1-10 (1 not familiar, 10 very familiar), rate your familiarity with the North Carolina Museum of Art’s classical collection.
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Very familiar
Rank the following potential student program topics according to the following criteria (1 - low interest/poor fit with curriculum, 2 - some interest/moderate fit with curriculum, 3 - high interest/great fit with curriculum)
Using science to understand classical sculpture *
Low interest/poor fit
high interest/great fit
Exploring gods and goddesses through classical art *
Low interest/poor fit
High interest/great fit
Archaeology and classical culture *
Low interest/poor fit
High interest/great fit
Ancient portraiture *
Low interest/poor fit
High interest/great fit
Women in ancient art *
Low interest/poor fit
High interest/poor fit
Funerary practices and objects in antiquity *
Low interest/poor fit
High interest/great fit
Digital Learning Programs
Do you have access to the necessary technology for a videoconference like a webcam, speakers, projector/screen or smartboard, and internet connection? If no, please indicate which components are lacking. *
The museum would like to host a free, 30-minute live video session for students in early October. Which days of the week/times would work best for you to participate in this kind of program? *
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