Providing training in the arts for classroom teachers, school administrators, teaching artists and community partners.
How to bridge arts instruction with other core content areas through social-emotional learning.
In The Professional Development Institute, educators and administrators, particularly those in high-poverty schools, learn how to build bridges between the arts and academic subjects. Program participants learn how to engage students in their own learning, enhancing each student's ability to achieve academic and personal success.
Five fun and engaging workshops for K12 classroom teachers.
EXPERIENTIAL WORKSHOPS IN:
Visual Arts, Ceramics, Playmaking, Dance, Drama, Poetry, Music, Common Core Connections, ELD Strategies, Community Building, Restorative Practices, Integration of the Arts Across the Curriculum, Social-Emotional and Trauma-Informed Focus
October 5 • October 12 • October 26 • November 16 • December 7
For those who want to develop their repertoire of activities and creative approaches in their work with students, teachers, colleagues or clients. Designed for classroom teachers, teaching artists, performers, artists, mental health professionals and community members.
Bookmaking, poetry, drawing, cartooning, animation, dance, storytelling, songwriting, watercolor, visual narratives ... and much more!
Upcoming Dates for Professional Development
Creativity Practicum Summer 2019
- August 7
- August 8
- August 9
- August 12
- August 13
Fall Creativity in the Classroom
- October 5
- October 12
- October 26
- November 16
- December 7
For more information about the Inner-City Arts Professional Development Institute, including registration information and other opportunities, please contact the department by email:
Professional Development Manager
213.627.9621 x 113
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“I had let time restrictions and mandates close my thinking. I now feel much stronger about the need for the arts. I can see new connections between subjects. I’m getting more of a sense of hope.”
– Laura D., 2nd grade teacher, Professional Development participant