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Teacher as Creative Practitioner-Scholar – Creativity – spring 2022$525.00This advanced-level online course in the Teacher as Creative Practitioner Scholar series explores Creativity: theories, research, practice. Discover the theoretical underpinnings of creativity and examine evidence-based research, including some of the difficulties in creativity investigation. Through the seminar format, facilitate one 30-minute session to take a deeper dive into a particular aspect of creativity. Reflect through writing and connective conversation with your teaching peers. Launch a personal inquiry project exploring creativity in your own teaching. Revitalize a sense of curiosity at the core of your artistic and teaching practice. Artist Educators from all disciplines welcome.There is no prerequisite for this course, however, those who took the first TaCPS course will apply Action Research methods to their inquiry. An optional intro to Action Research methods/review workshop is available to those who would like to use Action Research in their inquiry but have not taken TaCPS 1, or for TaCPS alumni who would like a review. Those interested in this optional workshop must first contact Jochelle, email@example.com.This is the 2nd course in a series that is being developed, and eventually there will be prerequisite Action Research course.CEUs available through Loyola Marymount UniversityPlease email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, or to inquire about tuition assistance.
January 22-March 26 date change!
Saturdays, 9:30am-12:30pm Pacific
Teacher as Creative Practitioner-Scholar – Action Research methods & review – spring 2022$75.00An introductory/review workshop to Action Research methods for those already registered in Teaching Artist as Creative Practitioner-Scholar – Creativity.Please email email@example.com to express interest before registering for this workshop.
plus 1.5 hours midsemester, date & time tba
Teacher as Creative Practitioner-Scholar – fall 2020$500.00An advanced-level online course addressing the pedagogical underpinnings that support creative and conscious teaching – reflective practice, motivation, observation, documentation, assessment, advocacy, cognition, cultural-responsiveness/anti-
bias work, and more. Use action research to investigate and align your teaching practice with your values. Through a seminar platform, collaborate and connect with your creative peers. Discover ways to rekindle the curiosity and artistry at the heart of your teaching – even when you’re teaching from a distance. Coursework includes designing a semester-long inquiry project and investigating and making presentations on your specific areas of interest. Prerequisite DIDC-A or Summer Institute.Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, or to inquire about tuition assistance.
September 12-December 19