Teaching artists and professional development

 

Teaching artists are skilled artists and experienced educators.  But just as they need to rehearse and experiment and learn from others in their art disciplineA they need ongoing support and professional development as educators in this unique field of aesthetic education. There is much to learn about the changes in the field of education and the world of schools and the scholarship surrounding inqiry-based learning, reflective practice and there are many best practices that need to be shared amongst their peers in this particularA  area of teaching artistry.

In this conversation space, we welcome you to share some experiences with professional development facilitation and participation. Help us all  broaden our understanding of this very valuable resource for teaching artists.

 

 

 

 

 

   Sketch by John Toth at LCI Summer Session, circa 1994

Beginning the Discussion

Beginning the Discussion

  Welcome to the conversation about professional development and teaching artistry. Submit posts here about your own experiences, those you have crafted or participated in, that may stimulate our thinking about this important field. Posts are welcome from those outside the teaching artist community as well.     

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