How is the concept of Power explored across subject areas? The North Carolina Museum of Art invites you to explore these ideas with colleagues and friends at the Mint Museum in Charlotte for an evening focused on celebrating and supporting teachers. Discover resources and programs the NCMA offers to support the hard work you do. Attend short professional development workshops highlighting the power of integrating the arts, and leave with ideas for projects of your own. Dr. Dennie Palmer Wolf will deliver a keynote address focused on the power of arts-based learning in education. Hors d’oeuvres and wine will be served. Registration required. Limited to 250 – Free – Registration required
Hosted by The Mint Museum Uptown
October 2 4:30pm – 8:30pm
When registering, choose from one of the following Breakout Sessions that are Powered by the Arts
Guiding Rich Conversations: Join us in the Mint Galleries to learn strategies for engaging students in powerful conversations around works of art.
Creating Connections: Discover ways to build strong connections across subjects areas using ArtNC’s concept mapping tool.
Harnessing Language: Explore the concept of power through language while learning strategies to help students think critically, create and apply Common Core Standards in ELA, Speaking and Listening
Constructing Images: Use photography to build skills in observation, inquiry and analysis and learn strategies for guiding students in creating their own images
Integrating Technology: Area teachers from a variety of subject areas will share successful integration of technology used in their arts integrated lessons
Building Creative Culture: Ideally for Principals, Administrators and Team leaders – Explore best practices for supporting strong creative cultures in your school.
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