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Saturday, December 3 • 9:15am - 10:45am
When Learning Matters: Engaging Students' Head, Heart, and Hands

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This workshop will introduce participants to the most recent and ongoing work of The ArtsLiteracy Project, originally developed in the Education Department at Brown and inspired and supported by Coalition principles. Its central design, The Performance Cycle, provides a clear, flexible framework and common language teachers use to design and teach curriculum appropriate to their setting, a curriculum that motivates and engages students, provides purpose, real-world connections and focuses on deep learning. Since its inception, project participants have developed a menu of specific activities that supports differentiation and incorporates multiliteracies, arts integration and project-based learning. This session will describe the project and the framework; together we will look at, try out, and discuss examples of the framework’s application in a range of learning environments.

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Eileen Landay

Founder and director, The ArtsLiteracy Project/Landay Consulting
Arts integration, and teacher education


Saturday December 3, 2016 9:15am - 10:45am
Blackstone Room

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