Continuing Education

Teacher Tuesdays

Our Teacher Tuesday workshops are held throughout the school year, and we offer a variety of programs to help you prepare your students for success in the classroom.

Pre-service Teacher Training

Pre-Service Teacher Training

The Institute of Texan Cultures can teach education majors and other students how to design curriculum, how to get the most out of field trips, and enhance the classroom experience for learners of all ages.

On-Site Workshops

On-Site Workshops

Our standard on-site workshops show you how to teach with objects, how to analyze primary an secondary sources, and more. You'll even have the chance to visit our exhibit floor and see museum interpretation in action.

Custom Workshops

Customized Workshops

In addition to our regularly scheduled Teacher Tuesday, Summer Institute, and other on-site programs, we can come to YOU and deliver customized workshops tailored to your specific classroom needs. Contact us for more information today!


Professional Development for Educators

We offer a variety of engaging educator professional development opportunities and programs throughout the school year, and focus on providing you with quality resources and activities you can take back to your classrooms. 

View and register for upcoming onsite workshops below, and be sure to sign up for our email updates! To schedule a custom on-site workshop, off-site presentation at your school, or other type of program, call 210-458-2351 or email for pricing.


Upcoming Paid Workshops

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Project Archaeology: Investigating Nutrition (2 day workshop)- POSTPONED UNTIL LATER DATE

Dates and Times: Tuesday, February 20 from 6 pm to 8 pm and Saturday, February 24 from 9 am to 4 pm.
Location: UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures, 801 E. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd. and Mission San Juan 9101 Graf Rd, San Antonio Tx 78214
Cost: Non-members $20, members $15
Discover the past through authentic evidence from ancient archaeological sites in Mesopotamia! Examine two real archaeological sites on the upper Euphrates River and uncover the changes in diet as people shifted from foraging to farming. Students will think like archaeologists as they apply the tools of scientific inquiry (observation, inference, evidence, context, stratigraphy, and chronology) to the investigation of nutrition. Explore contemporary nutrition through student collected data and design a healthy eating plan for the school based on information drawn from the study of the past and take a field trip to the Spanish Colonial farm at Mission San Juan for a local connection you can use with your students!
Cost includes free book (The Advent of Agriculutre in Mesopotamia Grade 6) and exploration of the Mission San Juan farm. *Transportation not included
Registration deadline is Feb. 19 at 10 am.
Seating is limited to 12 so register today!
Contact if you have any questions.
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