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Fall Teacher Workshop

STEAM - TRANSFORMING STEM WITH ART + DESIGN

Instructor: Mari Atkinson

F-Sa, November 2-3, Fri. 5-8:30pm/Sat. 9am-5pm

Class fee: $75 ($70 + $5 registration fee)

STEAM - Transforming STEM with Art + Design will focus on student engagement through hands-on visual art techniques for working to solve interdisciplinary challenges. Participants will learn ways to enhance their curriculum through visual art, STEM, and the humanities. All activities will connect and align with the WA State Arts Learning Standards, the Creative Process, and Design Thinking. Incorporating Art + Design into STEM will heighten participants understanding on how to empower students to open their imaginations and gain fresh perspectives on the world. Assessment strategies will be discussed and all activities are designed to be class-time efficient.

(SPU/Everett SD Clock Hours/SPU Credit available)

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Art Docent Fair

ARTISTS CONNECTED TO THE PNW STUDENTS SHOULD KNOW

Hosted by the Schack Education Committee

Saturday, November 17, 8:45am-12:15pm

The Art Docent Fair will provide participants with projects that can be taken back to the classroom. Six options will be offered and from those, participants will choose 4 of the 6 sessions to attend. One session will cover "How to Present a Work of Art" with the other five exploring the elements of art through well-known artist's having ties to the Pacific Northwest.

$20 per person OR $100 per school

(up to 10 packets/school - For schools having more than 10 people attending, packets will need to be shared.)

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Spring Teacher Workshop

ART HOW2'S 2019: DESIGNING COLLABORATIVE CREATIVE LEARNING EXPERIENCES

Instructor: Mari Atkinson

Wednesdays April 17, 24, May 1, & May 8, 6-8:30 pm

Class fee: $75 ($70 + $5 registration fee)

Visual art interdisciplinary teaching enables students to become creative, confident problem-solvers and makers. In this workshop participants will learn how to facilitate the design thinking process by using their own curriculum to frame their lessons, make connections to other content areas, and acquire techniques for guiding students toward developing the necessary mindset and skills to thrive in today's world. Topics include Discovery and Ideation, Refining Ideas and Working with Constraints, Experimentation and Prototypes, and Presentations as a grand finale.

(SPU/Everett SD Clock Hours/SPU Credit available)

Registration information coming soon.