Receive a stipend while learning about arts integration.
- Focus on the new module of our education website, Integrating the Arts,
- Includes an introduction to arts integration, gallery tours, and time to create an arts integrated lesson seed.
- Make better use of technology in your classroom
- Participants should apply in interdisciplinary pairs (arts teacher with a non-arts teacher)
- Accepted participants receive a stipend, lunch, and parking.
- Limited to 20 teachers.
February 6, 2010, 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Free (Application Required, Due on January 10, 2010)
Download the application for this workshop.
What is Integrating the Arts: China?
The Walters Art Museum is proud to announce the upcoming launch of the fourth module of its interdisciplinary arts integration web resource, featuring the Chinese collection. Integrating the Arts includes content, timelines, videos and printable lesson plans and interactive activities that focus on selected objects from the Walters’ medieval, ancient, and renaissance, and Chinese collections. All components of the website align with Maryland’s Voluntary State Curriculum.
This resource is an invaluable tool for teaching science, language arts, social studies, and science and for integrating arts into the core curricula. Besides the selected art objects, teachers are also able to access all 1000 plus art objects that are currently available on the Walters website.
This workshop will provide you with a unique opportunity to work one on one with Walters’ educators to learn how to infuse the arts into your curriculum using the collection as well as the website.
What will the teacher workshop include?
- An introduction to arts integration
- In-depth tutorial on how to use Integrating the Arts
- Guided gallery tours of the permanent collection
- Lesson plan outlines
- Time to work with your team to brainstorm and create a lesson seed based on the Walters collection
- Time to brainstorm with Walters educators
- An opportunity to give feedback on the website
Strong preference will be given to candidates who apply in interdisciplinary pairs. Please fill out the application form and return it to the Walters by January 10, 2010. We will accept ten pairs of teachers. You will be notified of your acceptance by January 15, 2010. Email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 410-837-4886.
Benefits of attending teacher workshop
Each teacher who is accepted and completes the full-day training session as well as other requirements (the fulfillment of an evaluation and asking 5 colleagues to use and evaluate the site) will receive a $75 stipend and lunch.
Connections to Maryland State Department of Education
The Walters is pleased to be a partner with Maryland school districts in providing resources that will be useful in integrating the arts into core curricula throughout the state. The resource has received the full support of Dr. Nancy Grasmick and her staff, including Jay Tucker, Fine Arts Coordinator for the MSDE. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call Amanda Kodeck (410-547-9000 ext. 327).