The Arts Integration Collaborative Teaching Institute is a collaborative professional learning model, designed for teams of teachers within the same school to encourage collegial trust, rely on the strengths and expertise of others, and create a job-embedded infrastructure to support a shared goal of providing authentic arts integration as a school wide approach.Back
Arts Bridge is an innovative professional learning model where teachers and sponsored students learn side by side in an immersive studio setting.
Arts Bridge students will earn university credit for a unique course that includes intensive, workshop-style instruction in dance, theatre, music, design and visual art with Winthrop faculty, who are all professional practicing artists and designers, giving students a true college classroom and studio experience.
For Arts Bridge teachers, it is a rare opportunity to receive continuing education credits to explore the value of learning in the arts, experience and develop a studio-mindset to accelerate project-based learning potential in their own classroom; not to mention unlocking their own personal creative confidence. Priority is given to non-arts teachers!
To learn more and register, click here.
Arts Integration for Secondary Educators (AISE) Institute
The Arts Integration for Secondary Educators (AISE) Institute (a program of Arts in Basic Curriculum) is a year-long professional development series designed to support secondary educators who endeavor to integrate the arts into their classroom curriculum. Developed under the guidance and direction of The Center for Children and Youth (at University of Arkansas), ARTeacher Fellowship Program, AISE is funded by Arts Grow SC to empower learning in and through the arts as part of South Carolina’s strategic approach to learning recovery in response to COVID-19.
Up to 20 educators from grades 7-12 will be selected to participate. Educators with three or more years experience in English, social studies, science and foreign language and an interest in high-quality arts integration strategies are encouraged to apply.
The series begins with a three-day intensive and continues four full day workshops throughout the year (twice a semester). Participants will receive expert training from ARTeacher Fellows and nationally recognized teaching artists and receive supplies and materials for implementation. Upon successful completion of the program, participants will earn non-degree graduate course credit and will be eligible to continue for a second year.
The AISE Institute will kick off on July 25-27, 2022 and continue Oct 10-11 in conjunction with the Palmetto State Arts Education conference (both in Columbia). Additional sessions will be determined in consideration of participating teachers. All accommodations (lodging and meals) are provided.
If interested in taking advantage of this unique professional learning opportunity, please complete the following application before June 6, 2022. For inquiries and further information, please contact Kim Wilson, ABC Director.