Changing the Subject: The Arts for Social Impact
Let’s move beyond a definition of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy (CRP) as an engagement strategy designed to motivate black and Latino students. With the goal of moving towards a deeper understanding of how to put youth at the center, this workshop will lead participants in exploring their own definitions and biases around CRP. Hear education leaders discuss how they have positioned their organizations to respond to issues of increasing inequity, and describe the critical role that bringing the arts to underserved communities has played in fostering student voice. Develop partnerships and plans to create learning environments that support all learners through the arts.
Additional Supporting Materials
- How are education organizations and educators re-examining their missions and values in times of increasing awareness of social inequity?
- How can we collaborate with students and community partners to create safe spaces through the arts that empower our youth to share their voice?
- What role can arts education play in empowering students and their communities to make sense of the world?
- Philip Courtney, Urban Arts Partnership
- Lakita Edwards, National Endowment for the Arts
- Stephanie Pereira, Kickstarter
Ilena Parker, Communications Dir, Urban Arts Partnership
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