CTLE Cultural Arts Workshops
Teacher Professional Development Series
This series has concluded for the 2021-22 school year.
CTLE Cultural Arts Workshops are a component of the Journey Arts in Education program. Journey partner school districts may send an unlimited number of teachers to these workshops dependent upon availability.
These workshops are opportunities for teachers to expand knowledge and gain valuable teaching ideas and techniques through cultural arts professional development programs.
The Huntington Arts Council is a certified sponsor for NYSED for Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE). Six courses are being offered this year of three hours each, a total of 18 CTLE hours, including some Language Acquisition hours.
This program is made possible with support from the Long Island Community Foundation.
For questions, please contact : firstname.lastname@example.org, 631-271-8423 x14
Become a Heart Teacher (10/4/21)
This workshop was led by Lauren Gonzalez M.S.Ed., an art teacher, yoga instructor, and SEL chairperson whose purpose is to share with educators the strategies she uses to teach with both creativity and heart in the face of stress, burnout, and challenges.
Deconstruct Bias! Construct a Song! (10/12/21)
Increasing Children’s Self-Esteem Through Culturally Responsive Stories 2.0 (10/18/21)
This workshop was presented by Ama Yawson, attorney, Huffington Post Columnist, Mother, Entrepenuer and Author of Sunne’s Gift: How Sunne Overcame Bullying to Reclaim the Gift.
Autobiography in the Age of the Selfie (10/26/21)
This workshop was led by Sonia Arora who has been teaching literature and humanities for more than 20 years. Her work as a teaching artist takes her into classrooms across Long Island, New York City and Philadelphia where she explores oral history, digital media, poetry, activism, and film-making with youth in elementary, middle and high schools.
Civic Art – Murals that Engage Student Voices Through Civic Engagement and Expression (11/8/21)
This workshop was led by Marie E. Saint-Cyr, Visual Artist, Art Educator, Arts Administrator, and Entrepreneur.
DANCE ME A STORY (11/15/21)
This workshop was presented by Maurice Brandon Curry, Executive Artistic Director of The Eglevsky Ballet.
Fall 2020 Comments:
Native American Music and Dance Workshop (10/5/20 – Louis Mofsie) – The stories helped to put the artistry into perspective.
A Peace of Hate – Art through Collage, Painting and Poetry (10/19/20 – Dr. Nichelle Rivers) – She was an excellent presenter and got everyone involved, even the virtual people!
Mask Making for Día de los Muertos (10/26/20- Miguel Cossio) – I like the projects and I would love to try them with my students, they were very age appropriate.
Improvisation- YES! The Art of Risk! (11/2/20- Dr. Thomas Manuel) – This presenter was dynamic and personable and had so many useful things that could be applied to any area of discipline. At first I thought it was going to be geared more towards music teachers but in fact it transcended all subject matter and the ideas and content could be applicable in your own personal life as well as different subject matters whatever one may teach. Very worthwhile workshop!
Building Trust Through Process – A Two Part Workshop (11/9/20 Urban Bush Women) – Thank you for putting this workshop together. The Urban Bush Women are phenomenal. They did a great job in such a challenging environment. Thank you for hosting!!
2021-2022 JOURNEY PARTNER SCHOOL DISTRICTS INCLUDE:
- Cold Spring Harbor CSD
- Commack UFSD
- Harborfields CSD
- Huntington UFSD
- Kings Park CSD
- Northport-East Northport UFSD
- Plainview-Old Bethpage CSD
- South Huntington UFSD