August 10, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

The Longview School
55 Reservation Road
Deerfield NH 03037

Contact

Frumie Selchen
Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire
603-323-7302
programs@aannh.org

  

    

  

 

 

Join us for a workshop combining art, ecology and literacy for all learners.

For K-6 classroom & art teachers; after-school, out-of-school and community program staff; homeschool parents; and K-12 educators in specialized settings

an Arts in Inclusive Learning workshop
led by Deborah Stuart & Will Cabell

Friday, August 10, 2018, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Presented by the Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire & VSA New Hampshire
as part of their Arts in Inclusive Learning collaboration, under a contract with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

Fee: $40, with discounts for Arts Alliance members (both schools & individuals), teams from a single district, students & family members. Partial scholarships are available to all who need them. Professional development credit is offered. Please bring a lunch.

Register now to reserve your space! Please note that we are unable to offer refunds on registration. (In the event the workshop is canceled, you will receive a refund.)

This workshop is also offered Tuesday, July 23, at North Country Education Services, Gorham, and Wednesday, July 24, at Pease Public Library, Plymouth.

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About the workshop: 


This workshop will bring together art, writing and ecology, offering teachers creative and engaging ways to help students relate to the natural word, to observe and express their experiences through simple handmade nature journals, and to create unique constructions (inspired by artist Andy Goldsworthy) using natural materials.  

Linked to the principles of UDL, it will include a focus on students with unique learning needs as well as typical learners. This workshop is useful for classroom and art teachers of K-6, as well as older students in specialized settings. It as also a great project for out-of-school, home school and community program staff.

 

 

Please contact us if you need a partial scholarship.
This space is accessible for people in wheelchairs. If you require additional accommodations, please let us know by July 12.

Our Presenters:

Deborah Stuart has worked for over 40 years with children in classrooms and as a teaching consultant with a focus on Universal Design for Learning nationally and internationally. She has done extensive training for educators and was a core faculty member for the VSA Arts Institute: Professional Development in Art, Education and Disability. She has led national webinars and programs offered by the Department of VSA and Accessibility at the Kennedy Center, and she is the 2014 recipient of the national VSA Ginny Miller Award for Mentorship.

Will Cabell is a longtime educator, musician, theater artist and puppeteer who has served as a trainer for the AANNH/VSA partnership since its inception. He has an MA in Integrated Arts and served as the art and music programs director for the Monarch School of New England.

 Questions? Email programs@aannh.org or call 603-323-7302.

Click here to read about all of this summer's Arts in Inclusive Learning workshops around the state.

Sincere thanks to RSEC and The Longview School for hosting, and to our Arts in Inclusive Learning Partners -- the NH Arts Learning Network, NH Department of Education and NH State Council on the Arts.