For Immediate Release:
Spanish-Language Arts Learning Resources
As part of the Core Learning Department at the Alameda County Office of Education, ACOE Arts Learning believes the arts are essential for student engagement and deeper learning for success in all content areas both during and after school.
Providing professional development and convenings for arts-centered integrated learning, social justice and a better future for all students in Alameda County.
For Immediate Release:
Spanish-Language Arts Learning Resources
Student Voices Campaign from California Alliance for Arts Education launches on November 19th! Register at artsed411.org
ACOE Arts Learning Communique #17 features resources on Día de los Muertos, Cultural Appropriation & Halloween, Indigenous Land Acknowledgement, and Native American education for all students. It also links to Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz’s powerful keynote on indigenous history in the US, delivered at ACOE’s Inventing Our Future 2016 summer conference.
Be sure to tune into this webinar put on by California Alliance for Arts Education on the power school board elections can have in arts advocacy. October 14, 2020. Register at artsed411.org
Arts Learning Communique # 16 - September 29, 2020
Arts Learning Communique #15 - August 31, 2020
Amplify this in your communities. Studio Pathways does everything with rigor and care!
Pedagogy for Parents is an upcoming 6 week course, beginning September 1st supporting parents, guardians and caregivers.
At Studio Pathways, our long-standing work in education has been to share methods for teaching and learning based in guiding the inherent curiosity, intelligences, and artistry of the child. We use educational frameworks rooted in brain science and cognitive development that do not perpetuate systems of oppression or lead with deficit mindsets about who we or our children are. We believe in a love-based learning stance that centers joy, creative inquiry, and the arts!
#PedagogyNotPanic #CareBasedCurriculum #StudentsOverStandards
Free introductory session Aug. 18th. Reserve your spot on eventbrite: https://buff.ly/2DLu1RL
California Alliance for Arts Education has some amazing advocacy webinars planned for this Fall, sign up now!
New webpage at ACOE for Arts Learning
For nearly twenty years, ACOE has been providing strategies and practices for K-12 educators in both in-school and after school/expanded learning spaces to engage students more deeply, and improve their understanding and achievement across disciplines and in all subject areas through intentional art...
Arts Learning Communique #13 - July 16, 2020
California's Education code promises visual art, music, dance, theater and media arts classes to each K-12 student, but only 12% of our schools are in compliance with that mandate. Learn how the research shows that arts can be a solution partner to every indicator on the accountability dashboard and what Create CA can do to help.
California's Education code promises visual art, music, dance, theater and media arts classes to each K-12 student, but only 12% of our schools are in compli...
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
"If racism is structural, then anti-racism also must be structural."
Today, we announce a system of Social Impact that we commit to growing as your nation's cultural center.
Learn more about our eight areas of work at bit.ly/KCSocialImpact
VIDEO: Frederick Douglass' Descendants Deliver His 'Fourth Of July' Speech
The U.S. celebrates this Independence Day amid calls for systemic reform. In this film, five descendants of Frederick Douglass read excerpts of his speech, "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?"
Arts Learning Communique #12
Arts educators know this well. Let’s take action CA and make this happen here too.
WARREN, N.J. (PRWEB) June 15, 2020 -- With the unveiling this month of The Arts Education & Social and Emotional Learning Framework, New Jersey is now the first state in the nation to provide a formal roadmap illustrating how the arts foster, and often amplify SEL components, and more importantly, h...
Arts Learning Communique #11
Arts Learning Communique # 10 in recognition of Juneteenth
Distance Arts Learning Communique #9 - 6.15.2020 -2.pdf
ACOE Superintendent L. Karen Monroe reflects on our times. And offers resources.
Anti-racist books for kids.
Beyond addressing issues of race and racism, this children’s reading list focuses on taking action. It highlights resistance, resilience and activism; and seeks to empower youth to participate in the ongoing movement for racial justice.
Help a student in your life explore creative career options with this Student Pathways Flyer from @Create_CA http://bit.ly/Student_Pathways_
Want to move your organization along on the continuum to becoming an anti-racist organization?
Distance Arts Learning Communique #8 - 6/2/2020
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Register by Friday June 14 for this no cost Summer Learning Institute in Sacramento. Explore critical topics in mental health and school mental health practice. Learn from high-quality experts in the field. Build your skills with recognized facilitators and your peers in the Pacific Southwest.
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Join 80 Berkeley High Artists and Activists TONIGHT at the David Brower Center in Berkeley, to celebrate their art opening and their work on urgent environmental issues of our time!
5:30-7:30pm. FREE Food & Drinks, spoken word, music and INCREDIBLE ENVIRONMENTAL ART
The David Brower Center is pleased to present Art/Act: Youth, our annual exhibition showcasing work by current Berkeley High School students that examines the intersection of environmentalism and art. The exhibition is on view in our Hazel Wolf Gallery from June 6 through September 12. Please join u...
The time is now for change in public education! CREATIVITY IS NOT OPTIONAL!
Let's put our hearts and minds together at Inventing Our Future, June 18-19 at Oakland Technical High School.
Join youth leaders and national activists and experts to take action, collaborate and transform public education.
According to Create CA Arts Education Data Project, only 25% of all Alameda County secondary students and 12% of all secondary schools have the opportunity for learning in all arts disciplines. Our students deserve better! Our collective future depends on it!
Joining us this year will be Cleo Barnett and Isabella Sisneros, two of the young leaders behind Amplifier the organization responsible for the visual movements We The People, Women's March on Washington, and We The Future. Together, we will learn from Cleo and Isabella how to magnify social movements through public art both in and outside of the classroom! Register now!
#creativityisnotoptional #inventingourfuture #IoFConf2019
SFUSD educators we appreciate you & invite you to join the transformative PD teachers are raving about, the Integrated Learning Specialist Program
for FREE! June 10-14.
#acoeintegrated #IntegratedLearning #teachingequity #teachingcreativity #MakingLearningVisible #authenticassessment #ongoingassessment #accordionbooks #socialjustice
Do you teach in an Alameda County alternative or continuation school? We have two amazing art-centered professional learning opportunities to take part in between now and the end of June.
1) Host a teaching artist from Destiny Arts Center in your classroom
2) Take part in a weeklong (June 24-28) art-centered integrated learning course. Both have generous stipends to participate.
Contact Derek Fenner for more information: dfenner[at]acoe[dot]org 510-670-7730
Great immersion for HS educators to make connections with contemporary art practice and curriculum.
Applications for our summer institute for high school teachers are due Sunday, April 28!
This annual exhibition of student work is a highlight of our year. Kimberley D'Adamo Green is a master of student inquiry that informs deep engagement with art practice. It is a model for interdisciplinary learning and how students make their learning visible.
65 high school students make teaching and learning across their day, visible through art! Join us to view and discuss over 300 artworks that explore questions of ecology, economics, identity, urban planning, and how the brain works.
Data suggests... Arts Integrated Pedagogy May...
This is something educators have known for a long time. Sometimes it takes awhile for the data to catch up!
Yes, this is an equity issue.
Create CA #DemandEquity #CreativityIsNotOptional
"Our data suggests that traditional instruction seems to perpetuate the achievement gap for students performing at the lower levels of academic achievement. We also found that students at advanced levels of achievement didn't lose any learning from incorporating arts into classrooms, but potentially gained benefits such as engagement in learning and enhanced thinking dispositions. For these reasons, we would encourage educators to adopt integrating the arts into content instruction," Hardiman concluded.
Heads up SFUSD educators!!!! The next cycle of Integrated Learning Specialist Program courses begins Feb 9th. This short piece from our partner Arts Ed Matters gives you the magic registration code you need.
News about ILSP Scholarships for SFUSD Teachers
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