HIGHLIGHT | Creativity at the Core Module 24 - Teaching Visual Arts in Connection with History/Social Studies
Welcome to the CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative Creativity at the Core, Module 25: Leveraging English Language Learner Assets through the Arts – Grades K-12 brought to you by the San Diego County Office of Education. This module focuses on using the Arts as a lens through which we view the importance of cultural and linguistic connections English Learners make to the Arts. By leveraging student assets and building into and from the content provides students meaningful access to 21st century skills, resulting in high levels of proficiency and mastery of grade-level standards in the arts and across other content areas.
California County Superintendents Statewide Arts Initiative is pleased to offer a webinar on the newest Creativity at the Core module, Leadership in Arts Education.
The webinar will feature module authors Louisa Higgins, Arts Administrator, Riverside County Office of Education, and Jeannine Flores, Arts & STEAM Coordinator, Los Angeles County Office of Education.
This dynamic and informative presentation is for education leaders at every level and will include practical skills and tools for establishing sustainable arts education programming in schools.
This event is FREE but registration is required. Please contact Charissa Lewis firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Join us as Studio Pathways Co-Founders Jessa Brie Moreno and Mariah Rankine-Landers lead an exploration of the key findings and recommendations in the
- Engage with the data in the report
including bright spots and areas of
- Consider the implications
- Explore recommendations,
opportunities, and consider possible
Date: February 1, 2023
Time: 3:00 – 4:30 PM
For more information contact Charissa Lewis email@example.com
With the recent passage of the Arts and Music Instructional Materials Discretionary Block Grant and the Arts and Music in Schools Funding Guarantee and Accountability Act it is more important than ever to plan strategically and creatively for how to use these and other funding streams to fulfill the goal of equitable access to fully-staffed, sequential, standards-based arts education for all students at all grade levels.
Community of Practice participants will prepare to support their county or district with funding implementation by:
- Developing a deeper understanding of the various funding streams and possible uses
- Taking stock of current need in their county or district
- Engaging in facilitated conversations with other arts education leaders around problems of practice
- Sharing ideas and best practices
COP Meetings will be virtual and will from be held from 10:00-11:30 AM on the following dates:
- February 3
- March 3
- April 14
- May 5
- June 2
Audience: Participation is free to county and district arts education leaders but advance registration is required. Teams are encouraged but each individual member must register with the name and email that will be used for the Zoom meeting.
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