Creative Strategies for Strengthening Communities
In this workshop, participants will encounter an interactive multimodal learning environment focused on the intersection of creativity and culturally responsive pedagogies. Through the use of devised theater techniques and spoken word, participants will deepen their awareness of how their own personal identities influence pedagogical choices and instruction. By investigating strategies for creating equitable classrooms that prioritize racial and historically responsive literacies, participants will gain a beginning foundation to imagine, design, and implement relevant teaching content that leverages current socio-economic political movements and each student’s unique identities.
In-Person or Virtual
- Principals and Supervisors
- Arts Specialists
- Deepen their awareness of how their personal identities influence pedagogical choices and instruction.
- Explore the intersection of education, race equity, and history to construct relevant teaching content that leverages current socio-economic political movements and each student’s unique identities.
- Investigate strategies for creating equitable classrooms based around racial and historically responsive literacies.
- NJSLS-VPA: Artistic Process; Creating; Anchor Standard 1: Conceptualizing & Generating Ideas
- NJSLS-VPA: Artistic Process; Responding
- Anchor Standard 7: Perceiving and Analyzing Products
- Culturally Responsive Practice
- Social Emotional Learning
Professional Standards for Educational Leaders
- Standard 3: Equity & Culture
- Standard 4: Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
- Standard 5: Community of Care and Support for Students
- Standard 8: Meaningful Engagement of Family and Community
Price & Info
Workshop Cost per Day: $$375 (90 minute session) $600 (3 hour session)
Travel Fee: $75 per day (virtual and on-demand programs are not charged for travel)
Program Length: up to 3 hrs
Workshop Minimum # of Days: 1
Appropriate For Grade(s): Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
SEL: Social Emotional Learning