September 2021 CCSESA Arts Initiative Newsletter

California County Superintendents Educational Services Association

Inside this Issue

  • CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative News
  • County Programs
  • State Highlights
  • National Highlights
  • Professional Learning Opportunities

Join us in Celebrating National Arts in Education Week!

CCSESA STATEWIDE ARTS INITIATIVE NEWS

 

National Arts in Education Week – September 12-18, 2021

The arts are an essential part of a complete education. Students of all ages—from Pre-kindergarten to college —benefit from artistic learning, innovative thinking, and creativity. Celebrating National Arts in Education Week is a way to recognize this impact and share the message with friends, family, and communities.

Passed by Congress in 2010, House Resolution 275 designates the week beginning with the second Sunday in September as National Arts in Education Week. During this week, the field of arts education joins together in communities across the country to tell the story of the impact of the transformative power of the arts in education.

Communities across the United States are celebrating the importance of arts education. The Americans for the Arts list some ways you can spotlight the importance of arts learning:

  1. Celebrate. Host a virtual celebration for your community, whether big or small, an existing event, or a new one. Download and use the shared logo to use for promotion. Be sure to download the 5 Ways to Partner Packet for other ideas of how to celebrate in your community!
     
  2. Advocate. Work with your elected officials and decision-makers to share the value of the arts in education. Whether a mayor, principal, or U.S. Congressman, check out sample resolutions and videos, send an op-ed to your local newspaper, and use the Arts Education Navigator—an online tool with six action steps to crafting a personal advocacy plan.
     
  3. Participate. Share your story in the social media campaign, #BecauseOfArtsEd, to bring national visibility to the issue of arts education. See below for more information and download the Social Media How To Guide

Statewide Arts Leadership Meeting Launch on September 15, 2021

Today, county office and state leaders convened today for the first virtual Arts Leadership Meeting for 2021-22 sponsored by CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative, CISC/Arts Subcommittee, and the California Department of Education. In celebration of National Arts in Education week, participants engaged in a variety of presentations and group discussions pointing to equitable student access for arts education. 

Meeting hosts were Sofia Fojas (Santa Clara County Office of Education) and Jennifer Spangler (Butte County Office of Education), who facilitated the meeting agenda. Jessie Mapes (CCSESA) and Lisa Salas Brown (Ventura County Office of Education) supported meeting implementation.  

Presenters included: Kristine Alexander (The California Arts Project); Abe Flores and Adelaide Kuehn (CREATE CA); Allison Frenzel and Letty Kraus (The California Department of Education); Dr. Gary Waddell (CISC/Arts Chair/Santa Clara County Office); and Sarah Anderberg (CCSESA). Additional presenters included: Lisa Salas Brown (Ventura County Office of Education); Aaron Bryan (Fresno County Superintendent of Schools). CISC Arts Co-chair, Jeanette Spencer (Butte County Office of Education also participated.

Participating leaders worked in three different small groups: Arts Education Framework, Arts Leadership, and Arts Equity. We applaud all our state, regional, and county leaders who are working so that all students benefit from arts education and look forward to a productive year ahead!

Arts Education Partnership – Arts Ed Search

National Arts in Education Week is a perfect time to find new ways to highlight the importance of arts education by spotlighting key arts education research. Looking for studies that help demonstrate why arts learning is so important for our students? Find amazing research studies at Arts Ed Search, a project of the Arts Education Partnership. Find a searchable database of studies:

CCSESA Rural Arts Network (CRAN) 2021-22 – County Office Leaders Make Plans to Participate

Rural Communities: Ensuring Equity and Access to Arts Education 

Target Audience – County Office Arts Leaders

Don’t miss the most exciting professional series of the year!

57 of 58 counties have significant rural populations.  Share in new learning and networking opportunities to leverage change for arts education in rural areas.

CRAN Goals 

  1. Advance equitable access to high-quality arts education in California’s rural areas
  2. Build the capacity of region and county leads to understand and support all rural districts in their region/county
  3. Connect and collaborate as a statewide network and foster new partnerships 

REGISTER HERE
VIEW/DOWNLOAD FLYER HERE

CRAN Progression of Professional Learning 2021-22

SESSION 1
October 26, 2021 – Seeing the System: Methods to Measure Impact 

Participants will be introduced to the tools of Theory of Change/Logic Models and have a hands-on opportunity to apply learning.

GUEST PRESENTERS:
Hear from Sharon A. Herpin, Ed.D., WestEd, who will provide tools to help you think strategically about change in your county and provide useful tools for you to take back to your county office of education.

Hear from Jack Bareilles from Northern Humboldt UHSD, who is working on innovative approaches to help rural populations.

SESSION 2
December 1, 2021 – Your Rural Landscape: Assets & Opportunities for Arts Education

Outcome: Participants will participate in guided data exploration to identify gaps in service delivery and equitable access.

SESSION 3
February 8, 2022 – The Essence of the Wheel: Powerful Rural Arts Education Partnerships

Outcome: Participants will identify and activate non-traditional partners from their communities as levers for change.

SESSION 4
April 29, 2022 – Making the Data Dance: Wrapping it up for Systems Change

Outcome: Measuring Impact for Equitable Arts Learning: Share out/lessons learned.

JOIN US ON SEPTEMBER 22nd FOR A FREE WEBINAR
Supporting English Language Learners Through the Arts

CCSESA Statewide Arts initiative in partnership with the Center for Distance and Online Learning (CDOL) at the Los Angeles County Office of Education, is pleased to host the webinar Supporting English Language Learners Through the Arts.

September 22, 2021
3:00-5:00 p.m.

This interactive webinar will share best practices, strategies, and systemic supports developed through TEAL (Technology Enhanced Arts Learning) and TELA (Teaching English Learners Through the Arts).These strategies emphasize how the Arts are a vibrant and relevant strategy to nurture English Language Learners.

Presenters: 
Dotti Ysais, Program Director, Center for Distance and Online Learning, LACOE 
Arleen Bates, Coordinator, Teaching English Learners through the Arts, LACOE
Jeannine Flores, Arts & STEAM Coordinator, LACOE 
Peggy Burt, Arts Consultant, CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative and LACOE 
Sarah Anderberg, Director, CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative

REGISTER HERE TODAY
CLICK HERE TO VIEW/DOWNLOAD A WEBINAR FLYER (PDF)

Standards and UDL Professional Learning Opportunities – Register Today!




California Arts Standards Introduction Professional Learning – Fall 2021

The California Arts Standards Introduction professional learning is designed for arts educators, multiple subject teachers, school and district administrators, and teaching artists to deepen their understanding of the 2019 California Arts Standards for Public Schools and explore strategies for implementation. This professional learning is offered by Fresno, Humboldt, Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, Santa Clara, Stanislaus, and Tulare County Offices of Education as part of the collective work of CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative Creativity at the Core Module 22. This 2-hour professional learning will be offered virtually two times this fall.

REGISTER HERE – select ONE professional learning session to attend.

Arts Instruction and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) – Fall 2021

The California Arts Standards and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) professional learning is designed for arts educators, multiple subject teachers, school and district administrators, and teaching artists to deepen their understanding of the connections between the 2019 California Arts Standards for Public Schools and UDL in addition to strategies for implementation. This professional learning is offered by Butte, Fresno, Humboldt, Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Clara, Stanislaus, and Tulare County Offices of Education as part of the collective work of CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative Creativity at the Core Module 20. This 2-hour professional learning will be offered virtually three times this fall.

REGISTER HERE – select ONE professional learning session to attend.

JOIN US ON OCTOBER 25th FOR AN EXCITING NEW & FREE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR
Teaching Visual Arts in Connection with History/Social Studies focused on the Creativity at the Core Module 24

CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative in partnership with the Butte County Office of Education and the Stanislaus County Office of Education is pleased to host the webinar, Teaching Visual Arts in Connection with History and Social Studies.

This interactive webinar previews and unpacks the Creativity at the Core‘s new Module 24. Designed to enhance both the quality of Visual Arts and History/Social Science learning, this module provides a model for integrating Visual Arts and History/Social Science, and provides six integrated units that meet the rigor of Visual Art and History/Social Science standards.

October 25, 2021
4:00-5:30 p.m.

Webinar Presenters: 
Amy Bultena, Director of Arts, SCOE 
Jennifer Spangler, Arts Education Coordinator, BCOE 
Sarah Anderberg, Director, CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative

REGISTER HERE TODAY
CLICK HERE TO VIEW/DOWNLOAD A WEBINAR FLYER (PDF)

CLICK HERE to view/download a brochure of
CCSESA’s Creativity at the Core online modules developed for educators!

Arts Framework Resources Now Available!

The CDE is pleased to announce that resources have been developed to support the California Arts Education Framework for Public Schools, Transitional Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (Arts Framework). These resources are sets of PowerPoint slides that can be downloaded and customized for presentations. The content was selected and refined in collaboration with leaders from California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) Statewide Arts Initiative and The California Arts Project (TCAP). The slides are mostly self-explanatory, but in some places the slide notes contain clarifying talking points, possible reflection questions, or notes that may be useful for anyone facilitating a group. Users may wish to add graphics and additional slides for interactivity or perhaps break up the content into smaller chunks. In their current state, the slides are accessible to screen readers and compliant with federal accessibility guidelines.

To access the decks, go to https://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/vp/cf/ and scroll down to Arts Framework Resources. Currently decks are available for the Guide to Reading and Using the Framework, Chapter 1: Vision and Goals for Standards Based Arts Education, Chapter 2: The Instructional Cycle, and Chapter 9: Implementing Effective Arts Education.

Thank you to all CCSESA and TCAP leaders who contributed to this effort. A special thanks goes to Sarah Anderberg and Kris Alexander for their leadership and institutional support. For more information on these resources please contact Letty Kraus at lkraus@cde.ca.gov.

 

CPDH Released Guidance for Sports and Extracurriculars

On September 1st California Public Department of Health released the much-anticipated COVID-19 Public Health Guidance for K-12 Schools in California (2021-22) for sports and extracurriculars. Click HERE to read all the related materials.

2021 California STEAM Symposium

The virtual California STEAM Symposium will take place October 21-23, 2021 and the Back-To-School Pre-Conference on September 1, 2021. Collaborate with STEAM education experts to expand STEAM learning opportunities for everyone in California and beyond. #CASTEAM21

Learn more about STEM and the STEAM Symposium.

CCSESA’s Counties on the Move: Arts Education for All Students publication

The CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative believes that the arts are an integral part of a comprehensive curriculum and are essential for learning in the 21st century. All California students – from every culture, geographic region and socio-economic level – deserve quality arts learning in dance, media arts, music, theatre, and visual arts as part of the core curriculum. In this issue, we would like to highlight the excellent work being done on behalf of students primarily in northern California.

CLICK HERE to view/download the entire Counties on the Move: Arts Education for All Students publication.

CCSESA Regional and County Arts Leads

To view and/or download a complete list of Regional and County Arts Leads (as of 9.6.21) – CLICK HERE

Please contact Jessie Mapes at jmapes@ccsesa.org if you would like to make any changes and/or additions.

Arts Ed Twitter Chat – #CaArtsEdChat

Join @PCrooks_VAPA@VAPAJeannine@aaronbryan, and other arts education leaders from across the state for the #CaArtsEdChat, a Twitter Chat held every Wednesday from 4:00 to 4:30 p.m. We’re growing a statewide virtual professional learning community for educators, artists, and others passionate about arts education. Join us as we discuss topics such as: the newly adopted CA Arts Framework; integrating the arts and technology; arts and anti-racism; and much more!

New to Twitter, or just want to learn more about the Twitter Chat or see the questions in advance? Visit www.bit.ly/CaArtsEdChat2020.

COUNTY PROGRAMS

 


Los Angeles County Office of Education – Media Arts for Elementary Classrooms 2.0 ELD

Media Arts is the newest artform recognized in the California Arts Standards. There are Media Arts standards for PK through grade 12. But where is a teacher to start? In this series, teachers will gain confidence and skills to integrate media arts into their classroom. With outstanding partners from PBS Learning Media, Soundtrap by Spotify, and Las Fotos Project, teachers will learn about media arts, develop skills, see connections to standards (ELD, ELA, SEL, and more) and apply them in meaningful ways that can be used in the classroom tomorrow. 

This course is supported with TEAL online modules that are available 24/7. This series highlights the CCSESA Creativity at the Core Module 23 and is made possible through a partnership with CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative.   

Register for the series HERE

Interactive flyer with links is available HERE and/or PDF version HERE

Session Three: Media Arts 2.0: KQED & PBS SOCAL – October 7, 2021
Session Four: Media Arts 2.0: Soundtrap – November 4, 2021

All online sessions are from 3:00-5:00 p.m.


Riverside County Office of Education – Summer Learning Opportunities

 

Demystifying the Framework
The State Board of Education (SBE) adopted the California Arts Education Framework for Public Schools, Transitional Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (Arts Framework) on July 8, 2020. The Arts Framework supports the California Arts Standards for Public Schools, Prekindergarten Through Grade Twelve, (Arts Standards), which were adopted by the SBE in January 2019. 

Please join Louisa Higgins, RCOE Arts Administrator and Peggy Burt, Arts Consultant, as they share their study and learnings about the framework.  They will demystify the pertinent information contained in this lengthy and informative document through a presentation that is experiential and will leave participants with a thorough and practical working knowledge of the Arts Framework.

View/Download flyer, CLICK HERE.

Tuesday, September 21, 2021
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Details/Registration $40 – CLICK HERE

Tuesday, October 19, 2021
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Details/Registration $50 – CLICK HERE

Tuesday, November 16, 2021
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Details/Registration $50 – CLICK HERE

Tuesday, December 7, 2021
9:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Details/Registration $50 – CLICK HERE


Tulare County Office of Education – ARTS + SEL Virtual Workshop Series

ARTS + SEL Virtual Workshop Series – Did You Know? Visual and Performing Arts integrated lessons can support the Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning needs of every child. Aligned to California’s new Arts Standards and the CASEL Social Emotional Learning Core Competencies, ARTS + SEL will help educators discover how to utilize the visual and  performing arts as a tool for promoting student health and wellness and for improving school climate and culture.

This fast-paced and interactive professional learning series will highlight a wide range of hands-on activities and research-based strategies to engage learners of all ages and all abilities. Participants will walk away with tools and resources they can use immediately to integrate the arts into their classrooms to impact student creativity, self-awareness, self-expression, decision making, and positive relationships.

Join Us Virtually for This Two-Day Series!

December 1 and December 8, 2021

Time: 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Location: Zoom (Link will be emailed after registration)

Cost: $120.00 for the two-session virtual series

Audience: PK-12 Educators

Register for the Arts + SEL workshop series

REGISTER HERE 
View/Download flyer, CLICK HERE

For more information contact:

Kate Stover – kate.stover@tcoe.org or 559-741-0809

STATE HIGHLIGHTS

 

Stay Informed of What’s Happening with our State Arts Teacher Associations

CLICK HERE to view/download a full list of Convenings, Programs, and Networks (dates/time/logistics/and more)!

CONTACT/MORE INFO
Kristine Alexander, Executive Director – kalexand@csusb.edu
For TCAP’s programs’ webinar registration links and additional information email reach.tcap@gmail.com.For TCAP’s Professional Learning Programs and Customized Programs/Support email Armalyn De La O, TCAP Statewide Coordinator at adelao@csusb.edu.

SAVE THE DATES FOR UPCOMING PROFESSIONAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES IN 2021-22

  • 2021-22 TCAP Statewide Convenings
  • 2021-22 TCAP’s Artful Inquiry Intensive Programs
  • 2021-22 TCAP Regional Based Networks
  • Los Angeles Basin California Arts Project’s Arts Education Network (Serving Los Angeles County)
  • RIMS California Arts Project’s Arts Education Network (Serving Riverside, Inyo, Mono, San Bernardino, and Kern Counties)
  • Southern Counties California Arts Project’s Arts Education Network (Serving Orange, San Diego, and Imperial Counties)

The California Arts Project www.tcap.net
California Subject Matter Project – https://csmp.online
Facebook – The California Arts Project

Follow TCAP
Instagramwww.instagram.com/Tcapcalifornia
Twitterwww.twitter.com/tcapcalifornia 

California Educators Together Seeking Resources

Did you hear the exciting news? In collaboration with the Californians Dedicated to Education Foundation, the California Department of Education has launched California Educators Together, a one-of-a-kind, web-based community of practice to provide districts, schools, and educators equitable access to a high-quality digital environment with a comprehensive and growing collection of diverse, open digital resources.

California Department of Education has launched California Educators Together, a one-of-a-kind, web-based community of practice to provide districts, schools, and educators equitable access to a high-quality digital environment with a comprehensive and growing collection of diverse, open digital resources.

Now, we seek your help in filling the Arts Education Statewide Group with valuable resources for all California arts educators. We are seeking resources for Dance, Media Arts, Music, Theatre, Visual Arts, Arts, Media & Entertainment, Arts Integration and All Arts. The resource can be a website, a video, a PDF or a lesson plan. The only thing we ask is that the resource is free to educators. 

If you are interested in submitting a resource for review, please fill out the
Arts Education Resource Collection Form by September 15, 2021

September 29th: The AntiRacist AME Classroom

What does it mean to be an anti-racist Arts, Media, and Entertainment (AME) teacher?
What are the specific tools and resources that will support us in this work?
How can we build strategic alliances and engage in meaningful dialogue with other teachers about building an inclusive and anti-racist AME pathway?

 Please join us for a special professional learning event for Arts, Media, and Entertainment teachers facilitated by Dr. Denise Boston, Equity and Restorative Practices Manager for Howard County Government, Maryland and former Dean of Diversity and Inclusion at the California Institute of Integral Studies. Denise will be joined by three panelists to explore the path to creating an anti-racist AME classroom: Danielle Drake (California Institute of Integral Studies), Alison Trope (Critical Media Project), and Sebastien Elkouby (View Park High School).

Following the panel, we will break into our Communities of Practice, discipline-specific discussion groups that will help us lean into this work of developing culturally aware content creators, supporting increased representation in the creative industries, and becoming the extraordinary educators we are meant to be!

Check out https://ca-ameschools.net/news-updates/ for all work-based learning and professional development resources.

Create CA has developed the first of its kind tool for letting your school leaders know about arts education. During the week of September 12th, we’re asking advocates to alert their school board members about how the arts are a strategy for social-emotional learning.

Join us to let your school board know that COVID relief funding can be used on the arts!

Share these nine social media posts and visit our new website to find out how you can take action in support of arts education. Use the hashtag #CreativityIsNotOptional and #ArtsEdRebuilds, and encourage your community to do the same! For more information, contact us at info@createca.org. Let’s teach people that #CreativityIsNotOptional and #ArtsEdRebuilds!

Here are the first few posts:

POST THIS ON SEPT 20

TOPIC: GET THE EAR OF YOUR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER

@Create_CA has created one of the first tools in the country that allows you to get your school board members attention about the importance of arts education! Let your school leaders know that access to the arts is mandated in CA!

#ArtsEdRebuilds #CreativityIsNotOptional

POST THIS ON SEPT 27

TOPIC: CREATIVITY IS NOT AN OPTION

The arts are core subjects in California! Students should have the same access to them as they do math, science or language arts. Let your school leaders know that arts education is not “Nice to have,” by using @Create_CA’s contact your school leaders tool.

#CreativityIsNotOptional #ArtsEdRebuildsOptional

EVERGREEN – POST WHENEVER

Not seeing a post that works for you and your organization? Here’s an “evergreen” post with copy!

Join us and @create_ca in the fight for every student in California to receive the benefits of a full and comprehensive arts education! 

#ArtsEdRebuilds #CreativityIsNotOptional

 

DREAM – A New Magazine Brought to you by the California Arts Council

The premier issue of DREAM magazine explores what it means to dream, introducing artists and culture bearers from communities throughout the state.

Dive Into DREAM
Click HERE to view the current issue online.
Haga clic aquí para ver esta edición en español en línea.

Story by Story
To read and share individual stories, visit our DREAM featured page on Medium.
Para leer y compartir historias individuales, visite nuestra página destacada de DREAM en Medium.

NATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

 

National Art Education Association National Convention to be Held in NYC

Save the dates for the 2022 NAEA National Convention—March 3-5 in New York, NY, USA!

Join us for the largest gathering of visual arts, design, and media arts educators in the world and choose from hundreds of options for professional learning, creativity, inspiration, and connection. NAEA22 also marks the 75th Anniversary of the National Art Education Association—let’s celebrate!

Registration opens this fall.

National Dance Education Association Virtual Conference 

The 2021 NDEO Virtual National Conference, with the theme of Telling Our Stories: The Essentiality of Dance Education in Changing Times, will highlight the need to advocate for our field in these financially and socially difficult times. We will gather to explore stories of the power of dance education, how we tell those stories, who tells them, and how those stories have been shaped and changed over the last year. 

The dates are Thursday, October 7 to Sunday, October 10, 2021.  Make plans to attend today!

View  2021 Session Titles & Descriptions
Registration Link

National Theatre Education Association Virtual Conference

September 24-26, 2021

You’re about to embark on the 2021-2022 school year. Your creativity, resilience, and innovative thinking grew stronger by living through adversity in 2020-2021. Let’s explore the valuable lessons coming out of a universally tough year and channel your experiences into relevant classroom sessions for your students.

REGISTER HERE TODAY!

NAfME – Virtual Learning Resources for Music Educators

During this time of unprecedented need for virtual/online instructional materials, the first consideration for us must be student safety. As educators, we are dedicated to providing safe learning environments for students in our physical classrooms every day. We must be equally dedicated to providing safe virtual/online environments as well. To that end, NAfME recommends:

  • Children under the age to 13 have verifiable parental consent before accessing any online resources
  • Students and/or families do not provide any identifying information to gain access to the resources – free or paid

NAfME cares about our students so we advocate for equitable access to instruction. As we curate materials to help members implement online learning, we recognize that effective online instruction in any subject requires:

  • Universal access to learning devices and internet services
  • Professional learning opportunities and time for educators to design online learning environments, tasks, and assessments
  • Opportunities for students to learn how to succeed with online instruction
  • An appropriate learning management system

Register now for free Professional Learning Community webinars.

Resources, Information and/or register for free Professional Learning Community webinars HERE.

Save the Music Foundation Presents Monthly Webinar Series – Student Empowerment through SEL in Music Education

Save The Music Foundation will be presenting a free, monthly webinar series this school year in partnership with the Center for Arts Education and Social Emotional Learning (ArtsEdSEL). The webinar series called STUDENT EMPOWERMENT THROUGH SEL IN MUSIC EDUCATION is geared towards music educators but is also relevant for student musicians (high school/college), parents and families, and music education advocates. Any person interested in social emotional learning in music education is welcome to attend! 

Learn more about the series on our website — www.savethemusic.org/resources/sel-webinar.  

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

 

UPDATE – Please note that events listed below are currently open for registration and that event organizers continue to monitor current federal and state health guidelines.

SEPTEMBER 2021

September 21, 2021
Demystifying the Framework Online Webinar
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Presented by Riverside County Office of Education
WEBINAR FLYER
REGISTER HERE

September 22, 2021
Supporting English Language Learners Through the Arts – A FREE Webinar
3:00 – 5:00 pm
Presented by CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative in partnership with the Center for Distance and Online Learning (CDOL) at the Los Angeles County Office of Education
WEBINAR FLYER

September 24-26, 2021
2021 EdTA National Conference (Virtual)
Presented by Educational Theatre Association
REGISTER HERE

September 29, 2021
Equity in Arts Education (Session 3) – A Three-Part Webinar Series
The Anti-Racist AME Classroom

6:30 – 8:30 pm
Presented by State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education (SEADAE)
WEBINAR FLYER
REGISTER FOR SESSION #3 HERE

OCTOBER 2021

October 7, 2021
Media Arts for Elementary Classrooms 2.0 ELD – KQED & PBS SOCAL
Presented by Los Angeles County Office of Education
SERIES FLYER
REGISTER HERE

October 7-10, 2021
23rd Annual National Dance Education organization Conference: Telling Our Stories
Presented by National Dance Education Organization (NDEO)
MORE INFORMATION HERE
REGISTER HERE

October 12 or 19, 2021
Arts Standards Introduction
Offered by Fresno, Humboldt, Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, Santa Clara, Stanislaus, and Tulare COEs
4:00 – 6:00 pm
REGISTER HERE

October 19, 2021
Demystifying the Framework
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Presented by Riverside County Office of Education
WEBINAR FLYER
REGISTER HERE


October 28, 2021
UDL and the Arts
4:00 – 6:00 pm
Offered by Fresno, Humboldt, Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, Santa Clara, Stanislaus, and Tulare COEs
REGISTER HERE

 

NOVEMBER 2021

November 4, 2021
Media Arts for Elementary Classrooms 2.0 ELD Soundtrap
Presented by Los Angeles County Office of Education
SERIES FLYER
REGISTER HERE

November 9 or November 15
UDL and the Arts
Offered by Fresno, Humboldt, Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, Santa Clara, Stanislaus, and Tulare COEs
4:00 – 6:00 pm
REGISTER HERE


November 16, 2021
Demystifying the Framework
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Presented by Riverside County Office of Education
WEBINAR FLYER
REGISTER HERE

 

DECEMBER 2021

December 1 & 8, 2021
ARTS + SEL Virtual Workshop Series
4:00 – 6:00 pm
REGISTER HERE 
View/Download flyer, CLICK HERE

December 7, 2021
Demystifying the Framework

9:00 – 11:30 am
Presented by Riverside County Office of Education
WEBINAR FLYER
REGISTER HERE

 

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