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Saturday for Educators

When:
Feb 16, 2019 – May 4, 2019
@
Time:
9:00am – 12:00pm
Where:
Classroom
  • 3 hours of CEU credit are available for participants.
  • The program includes a lecture, gallery experience & hands-on activity or lesson plan.
  • Integration with Florida Standards & Next Generation Sunshine State Standards.
  • 9:00am to 12:00pm; Check-in begins at 8:30am
  • $5.00 Registration fee includes lunch; pre-registration is required
  • Questions? Please contact education@ringling.org or 941-359-5700, ext. 3705

 

Feb 16  |  Shall We Dance?  | This program is sold out! 

Teachers can be a bit hesitant to try fitting dance activities into their classrooms. However, movement can be easily incorporated into a wide range of classroom activities. There are many reasons to include movement in the school day. Dance offers not only countless physical health benefits but also support for children’s cognitive, emotional, and social development. Dance is also great for engaging students who have trouble learning in more conventional ways.

Learn how to incorporate dance into the classroom with Museum Educators and Moving Ethos'Artistic Director, Leah Verier-Dunn. This program will include a lecture, a studio experience & hands-on activity. Part of the program will take place in the Charlotte and Charles Perret Studio.

May 4 | The Poetry of Painting  

Tickets will be available soon, please check back

In this interactive in-service training for active teachers we will be flipping the classroom and reversing roles! Led by Booker Middle School VPA Creative Writing students, this training will examine the interconnectivity of the visual and literary arts. Artists and authors have been inspired by each other for millennia, creating a rich culture of storytelling and tradition. Students will lead sessions exploring how works of art can be used as part of the language arts curriculum. Students will also facilitate writing poems of our inspired by works in the Museum of Art, and will perform their own original works. This is one in-service training you won’t want to miss! 

 

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