11/9/20 VIRTUAL, Building Trust Through Process - A Two Part Workshop (CTLE Workshop)
This is the registration for one of five CTLE workshops being offered as a part of the JOURNEY arts in education program's teacher professional development series.
Workshops are being offered as hybrid sessions with the option to attend in person with social distancing protocols in place or virtually through a zoom link. This registration form is only for the VIRTUAL session on 11/2.
DETAILS FOR ALL WORKSHOPS:
WHERE: This registration form is for the VIRTUAL session. Registrants will be emailed a zoom link prior to the start of the workshop.
TIME: 4:30–7:30 pm. To receive CTLE credit for this VIRTUAL workshop, you must be present for the entire 3 hour session and validate your attendance prior to exiting the workshop. Details will be provided on how to validate attendance.
COST: Workshops are FREE for teachers in school districts participating in the 2020-2021 JOURNEY Arts in Education program. For all others, the cost is $50 per workshop.
MATERIALS FOR VIRTUAL ATTENDEES: Information regarding materials will be provided through a separate email. Materials that are provided by the presenter will be available for pickup at the Huntington Arts Council or Huntington Fine Arts Center on the afternoon of the workshop.
VIRTUAL, Building Trust Through Process - A Two Part Workshop (CTLE Workshop), November 9th, 2020
Entire Two Part Workshop will take place from 4:30-7:30pm through Zoom.
Part 1 - 4:30-6:15pm and Part 2 - 6:15-7:30pm
Part 1 - Building Trust Through Process
BOLD facilitators of Urban Bush Women, will present this workshop. Through trust building exercise, you learn to surrender and stay true to what is happening in the moment. We use play, movement exercises, and theatre games to exercise active listening, collaboration, and self-reflection. This workshop encourages a values based approach to online communication. Participants are called to bring their thoughts and creativity into action. It is useful in community building and employing art making as a means to tackle challenging conversation. *BOLD photo by Shannon Resto
Part 2 Building on Community Engagement
In the second part of this workshop, Loretta Corbisiero-Drakos of Eastern Suffolk BOCES Arts in Education, will explore the ways in which arts in education can build on diversity, equity and inclusion through virtual cultural arts programming. She will discuss the benefits of these types of programs and answer questions on implementing in classrooms today.