Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum
Teacher professional development and classroom resources across the curriculum
About This Workshop
Karen Gallagher, senior project officer
Deborah Brzoska, executive director of the multidisciplinary arts organization Caldera, design coach for the Small Schools Initiative of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, founding principal of the Vancouver (WA) School of Arts and Academics, group leader for the arts for the National Assessment of Educational Progress
Richard Deasy, director of the Arts Education Partnership in Washington, D.C.
Stephen Gonzales, Denver Public Schools manager of curriculum and instruction for music education and advanced placement; middle and high school instrumental music specialist
Mac Arthur Goodwin, past president of the National Art Education Association, board member of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, Special Consultant in arts education to the South Carolina Department of Education, former middle and high school visual art teacher
Joseph Juliano, Jr., director of fine arts for the Hamden (CT) School District, past president of the American Alliance for Theatre and Education, chair of the Interdisciplinary Committee of the Consortium of National Arts Education Associations
Donald Killeen, associate dean for liberal arts at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, Ohio; national project director for the Transforming Education Through the Arts Challenge, a national education reform initiative
Pamela Paulson, deputy director of the Perpich Center for Arts Education in Minnesota, former high school dance teacher, past president of the National Dance Education Organization, president of the Minnesota Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development
Helen Rindsberg, Cincinnati Public Schools secondary school administrator and teacher of visual art, art history, economics, and computer literacy
Pam Wilson, Pam Wilson, high school theatre teacher and fine arts department chairperson in Katy, Texas; past president of the Texas Educational Theatre Association
Located at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, the Southeast Center for Education in the Arts conducts innovative research in comprehensive arts education and school reform. SCEA develops and implements professional development programs enabling educators from kindergarten through college level to establish the rigorous study of the arts as an integral component of basic education for all students. As one of six regional institutes established in 1988 by the Getty Center for Education in the Arts, SCEA pioneered research in discipline-based dance, music, theatre, and visual art education. The Tennessee Arts Commission awarded SCEA its 2003 Governor's Arts Leadership Award for nurturing creative inquiry into teaching and learning.
SCEA provided instructional design for two previous Annenberg Media professional development projects about the arts: The Arts in Every Classroom, a teaching practices library and workshop for elementary school teachers, and Connecting With the Arts, a teaching practices library and workshop for middle school teachers about integrating the arts with other subjects.
Kim Wheetley, director
Kim Wheetley, who headed the instructional design team for The Art of Teaching the Arts, holds The University of Tennessee Lyndhurst Chair of Excellence in Arts Education. Kim has taught theatre at the high school and college levels, and was the theatre specialist for the Texas Education Agency. He served on the writing committees for the National Standards for Arts Education and the INTASC Model Standards for Licensing Classroom Teachers and Specialists in the Arts.
Joel Baxley, director of visual art education
Lavine Production Group
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