Tune in on APRIL 7th at 7PM to the CTC Studio, where arts education research, policy and practice meet through dialogue.In this studio CTC discusses the Common Core Standards and their relationship to Arts in Education.
How do we find a way to talk about the Common Core Standards and the arts in a way that people care?
Who needs to care and why?
What does the Common Core tell us about what’s important to teach, in what sequence, and on what timetable?
Join Steve Seidel, Program Director of the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Arts in Education program and current students in the program as they continue the conversation from the Arts in Education course joined by alumni working in the Arts in Education field.
Join the conversation by commenting here or tweeting with #AIECTCChat
Taylor Morris (AIE 2014) is a violinist, fiddler, and educator from Arizona who aims to develop out-of-the-box experiences for music students by encouraging them to arrange, compose, and improvise.
Liz Woodbury (AIE 2014) is a playwright and interdisciplinary performance artist coming from a teaching artist background. She is most interested in the role of the arts as intervention and prevention tools and in developing new assessment and evaluation tools for arts experiences and the learning that occurs during those moments.
Talia Gibas (AIE 2006) is Arts for All Manager at the Los Angeles County Arts Commission where she is responsible for arts education professional development programming for school district leaders and manages grant programs that support those leaders and connect school districts with teaching artists and arts organizations throughout the County. She is also Associate Editor of Createquity.com, an arts policy and research blog and serves on Americans for the Arts’s Arts Education Council.
Aliza Greenberg (AIE 2007), moderator, is an arts educator in New York City. She currently works for the Metropolitan Opera Guild.