Presented by the Perpich Center for Arts EducationArts Integration Teacher Workshops
Join us for an exciting workshop to explore arts integration as a powerful way to increase student learning and help build student engagement. These workshops will kick off a new arts integration professional development initiative offered by the Perpich Center for Arts Education. Find the link to register for workshops below.
PERPICH ARTS INTEGRATION
SECONDARY COURSE DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS
WHAT*: A workshop introducing the basics of developing a secondary-level course integrating the arts and other subjects.
WHO: Secondary (6-12 grade) teachers in any content area throughout Minnesota interested in integrating the arts.
WHEN/WHERE: Workshops run from 9:00 am until 3:30 pm; see details below
*Note that the following workshops will be open to the first 20 teachers who sign up*
October 23, Rochester, Southeast Service Cooperative
October 30, Bemidji, Sanford Center
November 20, Willmar, Education and Arts Center
December 4, Golden Valley, Perpich Center for Arts Education
To register by October 18 for the Perpich Arts Integration Secondary Course Development Network Workshops, follow this link: bit.ly/AICourse
If you have questions or would like more information about the Perpich Arts Integration Secondary Course Development Network, please contact:
Byron Richard, Legacy Project Coordinator
*WORKSHOP DETAILS: All workshops are 9 am – 3:30 pm. There is no cost to attend. Substitute teacher costs will be reimbursed and lunch and refreshments will be provided. We will explore and learn about arts integration as a strategy for increasing student learning, whether you are new to the concept or have been integrating with other content areas for years. Participants will engage in a hands-on arts experience, generate ideas for the classroom, reflect on examples of arts integration, and learn about a professional development opportunity for teachers interested in arts integration. The workshops are open to secondary level teachers in the arts and in all other subject areas (we highly encourage teams from the same school to attend!)
An oline application for the program will be available this November, and there will be information at the workshops about how school teacher teams can apply. Applications will be open December 1, 2013 - January 30, 2014.
These initiatives are funded by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage (Legacy) Fund.