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Join us for the Art of Facilitation with a colleague to dive deeper into the concepts, methods and pedagogy found in the series.  Join a network of school leaders and lead teachers on ways to support implementation of systems, ideas, and methods for school-wide practice.  Price is for TWO educators so bring a friend! 

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Individual Level

Ready to engage with your students in profound ways? 

Individual Pricing is $499.00.  Includes a guidebook and access to the series for 15 months.  

What you'll get:

  • Knowledge of teaching in and through the arts: An introduction to throughlines, creative inquiry practice, artistic research, visual and performing arts, reflective practices. 
  • How to meet equity, racial justice and social justice goals in education through art and artful modalities. Learn how to process complex issues, facilitate and describe historical and current issues by learning them through contemporary and cultural arts practices. 
  • An ongoing understanding of the purpose of liberatory education and how to design learning that is love based.  

What People Are Saying:

“These were all fantastic. I especially enjoyed Breaking Patterns because it broke my own pattern of thinking of education. I also value Abstract Contour Drawing because it pushed me to see myself in a new light. This has really impacted my perspective on teaching, and from now on I will ask myself "does this lesson love my students?" and center an art lesson rather than as an add on.”

Linette, Teacher

“This way of asking students to look deeper, to share what they see through their own lens rather than the one they think/we present as 'correct' is an incredibly powerful experience for both student learners and educator learners too. So many points of entry to an idea, a connective bridge between a variety of ideas, a window into interests, passions, and more, plus a genuine opportunity to collectively collaborate in a way to extends beyond a single project...this is the work, the way. as Jessa said, art gives us the space to wrestle joyously with something complex.”

Maria, Science Teacher

“My students NEED the Arts to learn not only the art disciplines but about themselves. ”

Catalina Nicoles

“I would definitely recommend this work to my teacher network of friends and colleagues at other sites. If we are serious about change we must change our approach. ”

Vernon Bell, Teacher