Teach with GIVE: Conversations, Training, and Resources for Teaching Artists in Inclusion Settings

September 28, 2021 - October 19, 2021

GIVE written in capitalized letters encircled by a yellow, blue, and green, circle. Next to it is written "Growing Inclusivity for Vibrant Engagement

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm ET

Free

Online (Zoom)

Join the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable for Teach with GIVE: Conversations, Training, and Resources for Teaching Artists in Inclusion Settings. This four-part series celebrates the public launch of GIVE: Growing Inclusivity for Vibrant Engagement, a collection of free online resources created by Teaching Artists for Teaching Artists working in Integrated Co-Teaching (ICT) Classrooms in New York City and beyond.

Supported by voices from the field and research on GIVE’s impact in the classroom, these workshops will share resources to support the creation of liberated learning environments and vibrant arts experiences within inclusion settings. GIVE is the result of a multi-year, grant-funded collaborative project between New Victory, ArtsConnection, and Community-Word Project.

This series is FREE and open to all! Live ASL interpretation and automated closed captioning will be provided for all workshops in this series.

**Please note: These workshops will be recorded. If you are unable to attend the workshops live, you may still receive the recordings by selecting that option when you register. Please only register for specific sessions if you plan to attend them live. 

Schedule

About GIVE

GIVE (Growing Inclusivity for Vibrant Engagement) is a free guide that supports Teaching Artists (TAs) in the creation of liberated learning environments and vibrant arts experiences within inclusion settings. 

The goal of GIVE is to provide a wide array of resources that support TAs in:

  • Considering how every student can be engaged and demonstrate their learning
  • Ensuring classrooms are safe and supportive environments for all
  • Effectively planning across students’ social-emotional, cognitive, physical, and behavioral capacities
  • Differentiating arts instruction in lesson design, facilitation, and implementation
  • Incorporating formative assessments that support student engagement and informed lesson design and goal setting for students
  • Building relationships with classroom professionals to co-develop programmatic goals, establish co-teaching partnerships, and reflection structures

Meet the GIVE Partners

NEW VICTORY THEATER

New Victory opens new worlds to young people and families through extraordinary performances, education and engagement programs. Powered by New 42, whose mission is to make extraordinary performing arts a vital part of everyone’s life from the earliest years onwards, New Victory brings the whole world to New York City through adventurous performing arts so that New York families and communities can connect to new cultures, ideas and ways of thinking.

ARTSCONNECTION

To address the educational challenges of the 21st-century, ArtsConnection’s research-based arts programs create social just learning environments. Their programs support literacy, communication, creativity, collaboration and critical thinking. ArtsConnection’s partnerships include and strengthen the diverse voices of NYC’s children and youth, cultivating their arts and academic skills for success in a changing world.

COMMUNITY-WORD PROJECT

Community-Word Project is a New York City based 501(c)(3) arts-in-education organization that inspires children in underserved communities to read, interpret and respond to their world and to become active citizens through collaborative arts residencies and teacher training programs.


ACCESSIBILITY:

The NYC Arts in Education Roundtable is committed to providing opportunities for everyone to participate in our programming. All sessions will include access to live ASL interpretation and closed captioning in the main room via Zoom’s Live Transcript feature. Please let us know how we can meet your access needs or reach out if you have any questions by contacting Roundtable Programming and Membership Manager Kinsey Keck at kkeck@nycaieroundtable.org. There will also be space in the registration form to communicate with Roundtable staff.

Please be advised that by registering for this event, unless we hear from you otherwise, we will include you as part of our regular mailing list. Please also be advised that the event will be recorded by the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable (NYCAIER). By enrolling for this event, you hereby give consent for NYCAIER to use your photograph or image in its print, online and video publications, and release NYCAIER and its employees from all liabilities or claims that you might assert in connection with the above-described uses.