Integrated Learning Specialist Program Summer Sessions
- Start Date/Time:
- 6/12/17 8:30am
- End Date/Time:
- 6/30/17 3:30pm
- 500 Business Center Drive, Fairfield,California,94534
- Statewide Event
The Integrated Learning Specialist Program (ILSP) offers educators of all levels the opportunity to grow professionally and deepen contemporary education strategies through content that supports the Common Core. It furthers understanding of equity and social justice building a strong base for the future of teaching and learning in California.
Course A - Strategies and Resources for Arts Integration (6/12-6/16): This hands-on course focuses on an introduction to arts integrated teaching, curriculum development, and assessment grounded in contemporary arts and educational frameworks from Harvard’s Project Zero: Teaching for Understanding, Studio Thinking, and Making Learning Visible.
Participants explore concepts in math, science, history and language arts through two arts disciplines, investigating the different ways that creative arts help students formulate questions, synthesize, and express learning in core subjects. Participants make art, share lesson plans, read articles, and write a paper synthesizing their learning.
Course C: Collaborative Curriculum Design (6/19-6/23): Participants develop arts integrated curriculum using the Teaching for understanding framework and receive feedback from the collective group. Participants learn how to use a variety of protocols and tools for evaluating and deepening classroom practice; they also consider points of inquiry, thinking deeply about their own contexts and present their final unit to the group. Collaborative teams are welcome.
Course B - Ongoing Assessment Strategies and Applications: Making Learning Visible, Studio Habits of Mind, Rubrics, and Portfolios (6/26-6/30): Participants learn ongoing assessment strategies, including Studio Habits of Mind, Making Learning Visible and documentation, strategies, including Studio Habits of Mind, Making Learning Visible and documentation, rubrics, and portfolios. They develop protocols, tools, and applications that are useful for evaluating and deepening their own learning and their students’ learning. Participants also choose an area of assessment to complete an action research project, and come together to share work at the end of the semester.
Registration Fee: $299 per person per session; Grants available for Solano County Educators.
- Registration Link:
- Contact Name:
- Priscilla Ramelo
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