COVID-19 introduced a number of challenges in teaching art education, and yet it's more important than ever to build community and offer students a safe place to express themselves. This session examines how educators can use the challenges COVID-19 presents as an opportunity to teach students problem-solving skills in real-time and how to creatively approach tasks. Attendees will challenge preconceptions and engage in unlearning to create meaningful experiences for students in the time of COVID
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- Participants will learn to create hybrid outdoor spaces that funnel sound into the classroom so woodwind and brass instruments can practice together.
- Learn how to re-imagining theater to give students a chance to experiment with virtual theater and create “sets” right in student’s homes.
- Educators will learn how to approach the challenges that COVID-19 presents to arts education as an opportunity to teach students to think creatively.
- Tina Farrell, Performing Arts Department Chair, Beaver Country Day School
Lisa Trask, CMO Beaver Country Day School, Beaver Country Day School
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