Culture, Community and the Classroom
July 10 - July 11
The Local Learning program celebrated throughout New York State is coming to our region this summer!
Culture, Community and the Classroom applies in any subject area K-12. This professional learning experience explores culturally responsive, engaged learning through local traditional arts. It introduces concepts of cultural identity and opportunities to practice ethnographic research skills such as interviewing, note taking, and sketching. Additionally, educators will gain a wider perspective of their own cultural identity and models for their students to explore their cultural identity authentically. Wondering how one’s knowledge of their cultural identity influences their learning? Join us! Register for and read more about this vital program here.
- FORMAT: In-person
- DATES: 7/10 & 7/11
- TIME: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
- LOCATION: South Colonie
- CSD FACILITATOR: Local Learning: The National Network for Folk Arts, Leading provider of services in the field of Folk Arts in Education, offering nation-wide training for over 25 years to build capacity CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org | FEE: None. Registration is required. CTLE HOURS: 12 | REGISTRATION: https://tinyurl.com/4wjveef7 NOTE: For a limited number of participants who complete this course, a Phase 2 will be offered where educators and artists will create a classroom-ready lesson plan that uses the materials and knowledge collected through a Local Learning discovery process.