Upcoming Teacher Workshops
The Connie Towson Ford Teacher Resource Center (TRC) offers professional development workshops to support learning in all grade levels and subject areas. For questions about workshop content please contact Dale Hilton (216-707-2491 or dhilton [at] clevelandart [dot] org) or Hajnal Eppley (216-707-6811 or heppley [at] clevelandart [dot] org). For workshops in the Early Childhood Educator series, please contact Liz Clay (216-707-2181 or lclay [at] clevelandart [dot] org). To register for workshops, call the ticket center at 216-421-7350.
Early Childhood Educator Workshop: Integrating Art Across the Curriculum
March 1, 10:00–1:00
Explore how to use art as a valuable teaching tool to help you meet early learning standards in all content areas. Content developed for pre-K through first grade educators, but all are welcome. Training approved by Step Up To Quality. $25, $20 TRC Advantage; fee includes parking. Register through the ticket center. Instructor: Kate Hoffmeyer.
All-Day Workshop: Serial Prints
March 16, 10:00–4:00 (lunch on your own)
Roll up your sleeves and explore a variety of ways to produce a series of images by hand and with the use of a printing press. Techniques will include linoleum printing, Styrofoam, and mono-prints. Investigate curriculum connections and ways to explore these techniques with your students. $100, $80 for CMA members and TRC Advantage. Fee includes parking and supplies. Instructor: Cliff Novak.
Educator’s Night Out: Technology Playdate
June 18, 6:00–7:30 p.m.
At the end of the school year, take some time to play! Investigate apps and other types of educational technology your colleagues use in the classroom. Join us in the galleries to explore CMA’s Artlens app. A cash bar will be available and your first drink is on us! Fee includes teaching materials. $5, free for TRC Advantage members.
TRC to Go—Professional development comes to you!
The TRC offers professional development sessions custom-designed for your district, school, or subject area. From artworks to teaching kits, on-site offerings and off-site programs, explore ways that CMA can support curriculum across all subject areas and grade levels. To book a visit to your faculty meeting or district professional development day, or to find out more, contact Dale Hilton (216-707-2491 or dhilton [at] clevelandart [dot] org) or Hajnal Eppley (216-707-6811 or heppley [at] clevelandart [dot] org).