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TEAL: Technology Enhanced Arts Learning Project, Free Professional Development for Arts Integration throughout K-6
A blended professional development, modeled after the essentials of Arts Integration, and created exclusively for K-6 Educational professionals at no cost.Find out more »
Engaging ALL Learners Through The Arts Join us for The Music Center's first-ever virtual Arts Integration Symposium! This three-day online symposium will feature a variety of virtual professional development sessions for TK-12 classroom teachers, arts teachers and educators led by expert teaching artists in dance, music, theatre, visual and media arts. This year’s Symposium will also feature work by two national partners, The Art Institute of Chicago and Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education (CAPE), to help guide educators in developing skills and strategies to…Find out more »
Teaching Visual Art virtually. It's your superpower.Find out more »
The iAspire Arts Integration Summit 2020 will be an exciting and engaging learning experience providing participants with the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to integrate the arts. The first two days will be online with the final day of face-to-face learning to be scheduled when it is safe and appropriate. Working with the iAspire team, participants will be creative, have fun and learn more about the arts. At the Summit, participants will be provided with model arts integrated units to…Find out more »
The AME Virtual Institute is the back-to-school resource for AME teachers. Gain access to incredible speakers, roundtable discussions, opportunities to interact with industry and tech, and community of practice conversations. Each day will offer 2-3 hours of specific content for each AME pathway.Find out more »
Interested in learning the basics of a social emotional arts approach to art, movement, music, and writing without a long training commitment? Learn how to deliver social emotional arts activities in four art forms and how to accommodate any age group, ability, participant number, and budget. Four sessions over two weekends: Saturday & Sunday August 8 – 9 & August 22 – 23, 2020Find out more »
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– focused on professional learning; and
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