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KCAIC announces two professional development opportunities in arts integration this summer for Kansas K-12 Teachers.

Arts integration engages diverse learners through music, dance, poetry, visual art, and drama to understand and express their learning of curriculum concepts through the arts. Now arts integration isn’t just for the art teacher; these strategies can be incorporated by all educators from early childhood to 12th grade as well as school support staff. Educators at all Kansas schools are encouraged to attend one or both as curriculum will differ.

 

The KS/MO Kennedy Center Partners in Education Arts Integration Symposium
July 22-24, 2019

Kauffman Foundation Conference Center
4801 Rockhill Road
Kansas City, MO

Join us at the Kauffman Foundation Conference Center for a three-day symposium as national experts lead participants through workshops that explore the power of the arts in engaging students, strengthening comprehension, and bringing content areas to life.

The KS /MO Kennedy Center Partners in Education Program is comprised of JCCC Carlsen Center, Shawnee Mission School District, Liberty Schools, and Kansas City Young Audiences. The partnership is dedicated to inspiring the artist within by providing arts integration professional development and support for local teachers.

Registration is $156*

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*Scholarships may be available

 

Just Add Arts: Strengthening Social and Emotional Learning Through the Arts

July 24-16, 2019
West High School
820 South Osage Street
Wichita, KS 67213

Join us in Wichita to learn from local and national experts how to integrate the arts into your toolkit to: Improve classroom management • Make meaningful connections with the students • Use self-care to manage job related stress to avoid burnout • Comply with Character and Social Emotional Learning Standards. Presented by Arts Partners Wichita.

In addition to the hands-on workshops for 1st-12th grade educators, there will be sessions specifically for Kindergarten and preschool educators, sponsored by The Wolf Trap Institute of Early Learning Through the Arts. For school administrators, we invite you to join us to hear information about the research, policy, and funding for arts integration in your district.

Registration is $175*

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*Scholarships may be available

Contact Us

Peter Jasso Director, Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission Email (785) 296-2178 LinkedIn

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