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We want students to know more than facts. They need to know they can make an impact on the world. The Soundtrap EDU Summit is a free online experience dedicated to helping educators learn how to empower their students and, in turn, helping to create the future world we all envision. The Soundtrap EDU Summit is live from September 28 to October 7. During that time, you will receive an email with a new video presentation every day. Watch the videos. Download PDF notes. Generate FREE certificates…Find out more »
This year the theme is "Connecting the Dots of Theatre Education," inspired by the new CA Arts Framework. You don't want to miss this essential event for understanding and implementing the new framework and other issues essential to California Theatre Educators.Find out more »
Heidi Knisely arts educator at Double Peak School will present lesson ideas to help educators navigate a virtual art room across K-8 grade levels. The skills and tools provided in this workshop will help teachers lead and provide students with tools to continue creating and developing their unique artistic voice remotely!Find out more »
2020 is a crucial election year. Learn how you can affect change on the local level by engaging your school board candidates.Find out more »
Please join Arts Administrator for RCOE, Louisa Higgins, as she explains cultural relevancy and the arts, through the lens of Social and Emotional learning (SEL). She will take participants through two hands-on arts lessons: Four To Know (elementary) and Equity Arts Study (secondary) to ensure an engaging process that will lock in the concepts and give teachers the skills and understanding to start incorporating cultural relevancy into all areas of their classroom practice.Find out more »
Rural communities face specific challenges when working to deliver arts education to students. Learn from several experts who have created tailored approaches for rural communitiesFind out more »
Planned focus themes for each day, including lessons or demonstrations aligned with the theme and general workshops on other topics. Day rates are available. Wednesday, Nov. 4 keynote topic will be Choice-Based Art Education. Melissa Purtee, author of Making Artists and The Open Art Room, will be the keynote speaker at 4 PM. Thursday, Nov. 5 keynote will be focused on the new California Framework. The California Arts Project and Kris Alexander will provide an overview of the new Framework and a series of…Find out more »
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– state or county-wide;
– focused on professional learning; and
– open registration to participants from the arts education sector.
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