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Fully Funded Visual Arts Workshop: Culturally Responsive Teaching
In this three-part workshop series, we'll spend the first half of each session learning how to be culturally responsive as a teacher. Then we'll move into visual arts and explore how hands have expressed emotion and identity in art across cultures and history. Through close observation and understanding of proportion, we'll make contour drawings of our own hands. Finally, we'll create our hands as a calligram (image made of words), and write a personal narrative.
Beverly Harding Buehler, Arts Impact Executive Director
Suzanne Righi, Equity Consultant and Middle Elementary School Teacher
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Educators, Teachers, Teaching Artists, Non-profit Providers, DEI professionals, Cultural organizations located in the Bainbridge Island and Suquamish School Districts
- Book: Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain
- Arts Supplies
- Classroom Ready Lesson Plan
- 4 Clock Hour Credits
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Free registration by April 30
Educators, Teachers, Teaching Artists, Non-profit Providers, DEI professionals, Cultural organizations
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110