Course Details

P019-11740.1M22 - Project Based Learning Summer 2022

Course Details
Course Description: This course infuses Project Based Learning into CR-SDP, using the 7 principles, educators are provided asynchronous time to explore materials and create projects that they can integrate into Inclusive Curriculum Units of study, using multiple, non-dominant voices in research as resources to explore identity, power and bias found in traditional teachings of literacy, math, science, and social studies. Art and Technology become the vehicles to build a brave new learning community for integrating the concepts behind critical consciousness as the lens to disrupt bias and embrace diversity for a deeper understanding and respect for all individuals in the classroom, school, and community. Participants will be introduced to a series of art lessons that they then are given time to modify/expand upon both for the classroom and online teaching, exploring histories, languages, and experiences of traditionally marginalized voices to highlight and familiarize with their student’s cultural identities. Educators use various strategies of differentiated instruction to create and present achievable equitable projects, designed to inspire students to pursue a more student-led curriculum and leadership opportunities within and without the classroom setting. The sessions are broken down into five days of both synchronous and asynchronous learning, hands-on art making, problem solving, inquiry, observation and documentation. Sessions include: 1). Tools for Performance Assessment and Techniques to Create a Multi-Media Presentation using Stop Animation, Time Lapse and Slo MO 2). Music- Literacy in Music, integration of sound recording/sound effects for final presentation 3) ELA-Writer’s Workshop and Advanced Bookmaking Techniques; 4). Game and gameboard design Boards; 5). Multimedia Project Based Final Presentation 6). Final Presentations and Peer Assessment. Each morning begins with Synchronous learning, instructor led presentations of project-based learning art making techniques and technology infusing diverse historical, cultural, and contemporary voices to specific curriculum topics which will be added to final presentation. Participants will be sent to work individually offline to design art pieces linking each art workshop to literacy, math, science and social studies, modeling how to infuse art making into multiple subject matters into the daily curriculum.
Status: Closed for Registration Registration Deadline: 07/17/2022 Start Date: 07/18/2022 End Date: 07/23/2022
Location: 33-00 Northern Blvd, 3rd Floor , Long Island City, NY, 11101 CTLE Hours: 45 No. of Credits: 3 Categories: Arts
Restricted: No CTLE Area: Pedagogy Grades: Pre-K,K,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
Danielson Components 2b : Establishing a Culture for Learning
3c : Engaging Students in Learning
Education Partner Information
Education Partner: Materials for the Arts Contact:
Instructor # 1: Joy Suarez Instructor # 2:
ASPDP Fee: $125.00 Education Partner Fee: $240.00 Materials Fee: $0.00 Total Fees: $365.00
ASPDP Payment Instruction: Finish registration for for the course and pay the Educational Partner fee $240 by credit card at the MFTA website: