Online or on-site, MoPOP provides teachers with the resources they need.
MoPOP offers a variety of resources for educators, including lesson plans, oral history interviews, and professional development workshops and events.
Be the first to hear about all education events at MoPOP by subscribing to our email list for educators.
Get more out of MoPOP exhibitions with detailed gallery guides for teachers that include reflection questions and artifact highlights. more
Oral History Resources
Learn about teaching, using, and creating oral histories and take advantage of MoPOP's vast collection with these resources. more
Listen to Pop Conference sessions and selected oral histories from our archives, and get tips on using the blues to teach history. open in iTunes
Connect with MoPOP content with lesson plans that support and deepen academic goals and objectives. more
Educator Professional Development
MoPOP offers staff training for whole K-12 teaching staff teams tailored to introduce strategies for supporting student/teacher engagement. more
STAR supports youth music ensembles by conveying the artistic skills necessary to perform in a professional capacity. more
Homeschooled students and their families can participate in student-centered workshops and guided gallery experiences. more
Take advantage of curricula designed to support reading, writing, science, and social studies through the lens of the arts. more
Write Out of This World
The annual Write Out of This World: Science Fiction and Fantasy Short Story Content encourages young writers. more
The Museum of Pop Culture supports the efforts of our community’s educators as they work to inspire creativity and imagination in our young people. As thanks for their commitment, MoPOP is pleased to offer educators a 30% discount off any Starter level membership for one person, two people, or the whole family, as well as on MoPOP's Contributing level membership.
Note: This special offer is only available for purchase at the museum and requires proof of existing employment as an educator (Seattle public school ID card or letter from the employer attesting to named individual’s employment along with picture ID). Other restrictions may apply. Not valid with any other offer.
As a National Guild for Community Arts Education member, the Museum of Pop Culture is committed to making high quality arts education accessible to all.