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Thursday Evening Hours Open Thursdays until 9 p.m., sponsored by Constellation Energy.

The Imagination Tool Box: Integration, Creativity and Innovation

Date
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Time
08:30 AM–04:00 PM

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Participate in an interactive, exciting and hands-on conference sponsored by the Maryland State Department of Education, Division of Curriculum, Assessment and Accountability, The Walters Art Museum and Arts Education in Maryland Schools Alliance.

This hands-on conference will include short presentations by educators, museum educators and businesses on how the arts and arts integration supports College and Career-Ready Standards, entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation. After the presentations, you will engage in thoughtful conversations with other participants and the presenters.

Be ready for a creative challenge!  Use 21st century skills as you work with a team to solve an artistic problem, then determine how the skills translate into the classroom and the workplace.

Network and communicate with other professionals.  Network with educators and business personnel to explore and discuss how the arts are fundamental to education. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Interested in Presenting?

Seeking participants to share their imaginative, creative and innovative ideas in education and business using a timed slide presentation. Tell your story on how you incorporate 21st Century skills, arts integration, and MSDE’s College and Career Ready Standards to bring out the inventiveness, self direction, adaptability, productivity, communication and leadership qualities of your students, colleagues, personnel or yourself!

If selected, you will be part of the interactive conference on ways educators, learners and the businesses engage their stakeholders.

Format
Power Point Slide Presentation 14 slides, each slide timed for 30 seconds and you control the microphone for 7 minutes of amazing storytelling.

Who can apply?
Educators from all grade levels, and disciplines, teaching artists, artists, and business entrepreneurs.

How do I apply?
Download the two-part application.
• Part I: Tell us about yourself and the project you are interested in sharing.
• Part II: Share three images that help tell the story of the project you would like to present.
• Deadline for Proposals- May 9, 2014

Add to Calendar 06-24-2014 08:30:00 06-24-2014 16:00:00 15 The Imagination Tool Box: Integration, Creativity and Innovation Participate in an interactive, exciting and hands-on conference sponsored by the Maryland State Department of Education, Division of Curriculum, Assessment and Accountability, The Walters Art Museum and Arts Education in Maryland Schools Alliance. The conference will feature a Toolbox Slam, creative problem solving scenarios and networking. You can also download applications here if you are interested in participating. 600 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21201 (The Walters Art Museum) The Walters Art Museum info@thewalters.org false DD/MM/YYYY

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