Course Details

P01.121.2S17 - Developing a Social Justice Practice: The Art of Facilitation - Session 2

Course Details
Course Description:

Combining art making, literacy in the visual arts, and interaction with Museum professionals, this course will illuminate each strand of the Blueprint for teaching and Learning in the Visual Arts, while focusing on developing teachers ability to create high level facilitation, as detailed in Danielson Component 3. Through these facilitation techniques, teachers will develop student critical thinking, ability to articulate arguments and critique, and active participation in discussion as detailed in the New York State Common Core Learning Standards. Participants will learn how to integrate best practices for museum and art education in order to design classroom experiences that build students skills for analyzing, interpreting and creating works of art, all while reinforcing a critical lens.

Through modeling, research, reflection and application, participants will gain engaging, multimodal strategies for facilitating meaningful interactions with art for their students in grades 6-12. Taking a “behind-the-scenes” look at the Brooklyn Museum’s galleries, resources, and programs, participants will develop lesson plans inspired by the Museum’s collection that support the diverse needs and learning styles of their students.

Status: Closed for Registration Registration Deadline: 04/15/2017 Start Date: 04/22/2017 End Date: 04/29/2017
Location: 200 Eastern Parkway , Brooklyn, NY, 11238 Prof. Dev. Hours: 12 No. of P-Credits: 1 Categories: Arts
Restricted: No CTLE Area: Content Grades: 6,7,8,9,10,11,12
Danielson Components 1e : Designing Coherent Instruction
3b : Using Questioning and Discussion Techniques
Education Partner Information
Education Partner: Brooklyn Museum Contact:
Instructor # 1: Keondra Prier Instructor # 2: Keondra Prier
ASPDP Fee: $45.00 Education Partner Fee: $130.00 Materials Fee: $0.00 Total Fees: $175.00
ASPDP Payment Instruction:

Complete online registration form here:

Or -

Payment can be sent by check (along with name, phone number and email address) to:

Brooklyn Museum

Education Department, School Programs

c/o Keondra Prier, Teacher Services Coordinator

200 Eastern Parkway

Brooklyn, NY 11238