Teacher-Centered PD on integrating the arts of drama, music and visual art with wellness and Social/Emotional Learning. This overnight retreat starts at 5:00 on Friday, February 10 and goes until 4:00 pm Saturday, February 11, 2017. The cost includes double occupancy lodging and 3 meals. For a single room, please choose that option.
If you would like to pay by check, download the registration form. There are also options for paying in installments. Email Elizabeth at email@example.com. Price: $300.00
1 Grad Credit for Winter TAR17
Earn a graduate credit through Adams State University and make your move on the payscale! 12 hours will be completed face-to-face at the Winter Teacher Art Retreat and 3 hours will be completed online through readings, discussions and videos. Price: $150.00
This Complete Resource for classroom teachers and music teachers includes information, activities to advance students’ listening skills, ready-to-use lesson plans for both art and core curriculum based lessons, vocabulary usage, project ideas, reproducible worksheets, rubrics and a list of practical resources you can use to implement active listening strategies into your curriculum. Suggestions for teacher collaboration are provided to encourage integration of subject areas. 8 1/2 X 11, perfect bound, 174 pages, ISBN# 0-9638595-5-2 Price: $20.00
Integrating the Works of Norman Rockwell into Reading Instruction
Teach your students reading strategies using the wonderful works from a beloved American painter, Norman Rockwell. Students will be drawn in by his realistic and detailed artwork as they practice such skills as drawing conclusions and deciphering fact and opinion.
Included are the detailed activities and reproducibles needed to implement these integrated strategies as well as information on how to introduce the paintings into your teaching. (35 pages) Price: $4.95
Celebrate Ludwig van Beethoven in the Classroom
This eResource is built for any teacher who enjoys music, especially that of Ludwig van Beethoven. Beethoven is one of the world’s most beloved composers of all time. Now, you can integrate the music and the man into other areas of the curriculum. This resource was created using activities and materials used in classrooms by students of all ages. Now it is compiled and ready to be used by you and your students. From reading to math, penmanship to performance, students are sure to enjoy the activities that are embedded in this 24 page arts integration eResource! Price: $3.95
Studio Days provide students of all ages the chance to persevere in a safe, creative environment. Elizabeth has provided the theory behind her concept of Studio Days as well as a complete introduction on how to get them started with your students. Each Studio Day lesson plan has been used in the classroom and includes both the National Arts Standards and Common Core Standards, ways to share creative work, reflection questions for students, extension ideas, and links to additional resources. Regardless of whether you teach first grade or twelfth grade, Studio Days provide unique, authentic learning experiences for your students. 8 1/2 X 11, perfect bound, 70pgs, ISBN# 978-0-9859051-0-1 Price: $17.00
Independent Project Series - Poetry Project
In this independent project, students will create and study poetry for a period of time. This project is differentiated through work level and reading level and is great for Poetry Month (April) or any time of the year. Use this for individual students or your entire class. Included are teacher instructions for implementation of both appreciation and creation of poetry, explanation of easy, yet creative poetic forms to introduce to your students, reproducibles and engaging activities for students, a rubric for assessment, plus live links to other resources. Part of the Independent Project Series for grades 3-12 (14 pages) Price: $3.95
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