Music: The Sounds of Math, Science, and Social Studies
This course is designed for teachers to integrate music into the classroom through fun and simple techniques, learning basic concepts found in music while designing a series of hands-on indigenous inspired instruments made from reusable materials to experiment on and compose rhythms with.
July 8 – 13 (Mon – Sat) 9:30am – 5:00pm
Creative Infusion - Art and Reuse in the Classroom
Creative Infusion is an introduction to a wide range of ideas, techniques and methods used for integrating art made with reusable and recycled materials across the curriculum. This course teaches curriculum integration by giving teachers an understanding of art techniques that they can use to teach literacy, math, science, social studies.
July 15 – 20 (Mon – Sat) 9:30am – 5:00pm .
Project Based Learning - Making Books, Games and Props to Animate for Multi Media Presentations
This course is designed for teachers who are interested in offering their students a deeper investigation of project based learning by using reusable materials. Through guided art instruction, participants create advanced hands-on art projects that integrate differentiated instruction into various learning modalities and multiple subjects areas.
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This studio class will take a single product, fabric, and work out the historical, economic, scientific, social and mathematical properties that are inherent in its use and production through hands-on art making. Each session will focus on methods for curriculum integration including: math, science, social studies and literacy.There will be four themes of hands-on practice: spinning, weaving, printing, and batik.
How has clothing been used as a form of expression and social activism throughout history? This two-day, one p-credit course dives into the 1969 Stonewall Uprising, and explores fashion, personal presentation, and modes of expression and LGBTQ+ activism from the mid-20th century through today.