Register for the 2019 Face to Face Conference

Registration open now through Tuesday, April 16!

Face to Face is the largest, most comprehensive arts in education conference in New York State. Through a wide variety of panels, workshops, reports, and other presentations, the conference gives arts in education practitioners the opportunity to think deeply and learn more about arts in education.

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2019 Arts in Education Job Fair

Join us for the 2019 Arts in Education Job Fair presented by the Community-Word Project, New York City Arts in Education Roundtable, and the Borough of Manhattan Community College.

This May, numerous arts education and cultural organizations from across NYC will come together to engage arts administrators, teaching artists, interns, and students looking to break into the arts in the education field. Interested individuals will have the opportunity to learn about organizations and speak with their representatives at fair tables.

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Rethinking Classroom Management

by Meghan Grover

Published on April 2, 2019

I am sixteen years old. I smile at my teacher, Mr. Roma, as he tells us all about his favorite philosophers. I laugh at his jokes and write down his every word. Later tonight, I will write an essay that repeats his version of his apparent “heroes,” and I will receive my A. I do not challenge him because when other students challenge Mr.

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Shape the Next 25 Years of Arts Education in NYC (and enter to win a free Face to Face Registration!)

Basking in the glow of our 25th Anniversary, the Roundtable is now embarking on a strategic planning process to discover how we can best support YOU!

We’d like to ask you to take a moment and fill out the following survey (and share with your full staff and contacts!). This survey is a pivotal moment for the Roundtable to harness the expertise of our arts in education community by enabling members and non-members to weigh in on the organization.

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40 Under 40; Jennifer Dibella

When Jennifer DiBella started working in the education department at Roundabout Theatre Company 14 years ago, she had one main goal: to give youth the same exposure to theater that she had growing up in New Jersey.

She leads the Roundabout Youth Ensemble, an afterschool program that allows a group of 60 high-schoolers—chosen from more than 100 applicants—to spend the year writing and producing their own play, culminating with four public performances on a Roundabout stage.

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The Center for Arts Education: Teaching Artist Salon

Differentiated Teaching and Learning: Incorporating Multiple Modalities

Date/Time: Wednesday, March 20th – 6:00 – 8:00 PM

Location: CAE Center Space (previously known as the CAE Conference Room)

Differentiating instruction to meet the strengths, needs, and interests of all students is one of the key responsibilities of any educator. Utilizing a Universal Design for Learning framework, this workshop will explore how incorporating multiple modes of expression can provide students varied opportunities to develop and articulate understanding.

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The New Victory Theater, Arts Connection and Community-Word Project Launch GIVE to Improve Arts Education for Students with Disabilities

New Initiative to Address Equitable Engagement in Inclusion Classrooms

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New York, NY (March 19, 2019) — This week, The New Victory Theater, ArtsConnection and Community-Word Project launch GIVE, an invaluable arts education resource that will serve the more than 12,500 students with disabilities enrolled in New York City public schools.

Thanks to a $600,000, two-year grant from the New York Community Trust, GIVE or “Growing Inclusivity for Vibrant Engagement: A Teaching Artist Planning Guide for Best Arts Engagement Practices in Inclusion Classrooms”

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Day of Learning 2019: Action Learning Session Resources

Online Resources

Exploring the Process and Commitment of Becoming Better Social Justice Orgs

Chart Paper Takeaways

 

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NYC Department of Education – Helpful Links

The NYC Department of Education recently restructured its website to better communicate with constituents and NYC DOE personnel:

  • Main NYC DOE site (schools.nyc.gov) will be primarily for parents and families‎.
  • Info Hub (infohub.nyced.org) will be for cultural partners and other constituents with public facing resources.
  • WeTeachNYC (weteachnyc.org) will house materials and resources for educators; some content will require a NYC DOE login.

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de Blasio Names a New Schools Chancellor

Click HERE for the New York Times Story

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