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Art Connections at The Cummer: Art Integration for Teachers

This in-service uses multiple-intelligence teaching strategies to introduce teachers to integrating the visual arts, music, creative movement and performance into academic classroom subjects. Using a developmental approach that emphasizes both visual and critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills, the course will support state standards in the visual arts, math, science, language arts, music and social studies and is appropriate for PK-5th grade. This in-service is currently only availabe to teachers that are participating in the Weaver Academy of Art. For participating teachers, click here to reserve your space.

Art Connections at The Cummer: Art and Early Childhood Literacy

Teachers learn to develop lessons based on the National Very Special Arts (VSA) curriculum for Early Childhood, Start with the Arts. Using music, drama, creative writing, art-making and the viewing of works of art, teachers will learn to create lessons that provide meaningful learning opportunities for young children in which art, literacy and creative play are fully integrated. This hands-on course will demonstrate art-making activities that will engage students of varying abilities. Teachers will also learn to make simple modifications of tools and techniques that allow art-making to be accessible to all students.

 

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Art Connections at The Cummer: Art Integration for Teachers

This in-service uses multiple-intelligence teaching strategies to introduce teachers to integrating the visual arts, music, creative movement and performance into academic classroom subjects. Using a developmental approach that emphasizes both visual and critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills, the course will support state standards in the visual arts, math, science, language arts, music and social studies and is appropriate for PK-5th grade. This in-service is currently only availabe to teachers that are participating in the Weaver Academy of Art. For participating teachers, click here to reserve your space.

Art Connections at The Cummer: Art and Early Childhood Literacy

Teachers learn to develop lessons based on the National Very Special Arts (VSA) curriculum for Early Childhood, Start with the Arts. Using music, drama, creative writing, art-making and the viewing of works of art, teachers will learn to create lessons that provide meaningful learning opportunities for young children in which art, literacy and creative play are fully integrated. This hands-on course will demonstrate art-making activities that will engage students of varying abilities. Teachers will also learn to make simple modifications of tools and techniques that allow art-making to be accessible to all students.

 

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Art Connections at The Cummer: Art Integration for Teachers

This in-service uses multiple-intelligence teaching strategies to introduce teachers to integrating the visual arts, music, creative movement and performance into academic classroom subjects. Using a developmental approach that emphasizes both visual and critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills, the course will support state standards in the visual arts, math, science, language arts, music and social studies and is appropriate for PK-5th grade. This in-service is currently only availabe to teachers that are participating in the Weaver Academy of Art. For participating teachers, click here to reserve your space.

Art Connections at The Cummer: Art and Early Childhood Literacy

Teachers learn to develop lessons based on the National Very Special Arts (VSA) curriculum for Early Childhood, Start with the Arts. Using music, drama, creative writing, art-making and the viewing of works of art, teachers will learn to create lessons that provide meaningful learning opportunities for young children in which art, literacy and creative play are fully integrated. This hands-on course will demonstrate art-making activities that will engage students of varying abilities. Teachers will also learn to make simple modifications of tools and techniques that allow art-making to be accessible to all students.

 

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Art Connections at The Cummer: Art Integration for Teachers

This in-service uses multiple-intelligence teaching strategies to introduce teachers to integrating the visual arts, music, creative movement and performance into academic classroom subjects. Using a developmental approach that emphasizes both visual and critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills, the course will support state standards in the visual arts, math, science, language arts, music and social studies and is appropriate for PK-5th grade. This in-service is currently only availabe to teachers that are participating in the Weaver Academy of Art. For participating teachers, click here to reserve your space.

Art Connections at The Cummer: Art and Early Childhood Literacy

Teachers learn to develop lessons based on the National Very Special Arts (VSA) curriculum for Early Childhood, Start with the Arts. Using music, drama, creative writing, art-making and the viewing of works of art, teachers will learn to create lessons that provide meaningful learning opportunities for young children in which art, literacy and creative play are fully integrated. This hands-on course will demonstrate art-making activities that will engage students of varying abilities. Teachers will also learn to make simple modifications of tools and techniques that allow art-making to be accessible to all students.

 

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