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TEAL: Technology Enhanced Arts Learning Project, Free Professional Development for Arts Integration throughout K-6
A blended professional development, modeled after the essentials of Arts Integration, and created exclusively for K-6 Educational professionals at no cost.Find out more »
Interested in learning the basics of a social emotional arts approach to art, movement, music, and writing without a long training commitment? Learn how to deliver social emotional arts activities in four art forms and how to accommodate any age group, ability, participant number, and budget. Four sessions over two weekends: Saturday & Sunday August 8 – 9 & August 22 – 23, 2020Find out more »
Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin will be joining Arts for LA on August 12th at noon for a special session on mapping LA’s arts assets and other arts resources, as well as a training on Control Panel LA— the city’s innovative tool for learning about the budget, finance, and identifying underutilized City assets. The session will conclude with a training on the questions you should be asking candidates running for elected office to ensure they continue to be an…Find out more »
Led by ACLU's Arts Fellow, GenUp, and students from RYSE, this webinar will provide attendees tools and strategies to involve and collaborate with students.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 »
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 »
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