Virtual Professional Development Series

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The 2017-18 virtual PD series is being developed in collaboration with partners at the NC Arts Council. Participants will have an opportunity to attend sessions around Comprehensive Arts Education, to include: Arts Education, Arts Integration, and Arts Exposure. A certificate, which can be used toward CEU credit with approval by the local school system, will be available following completion of each module. The modules can be taken individually or bundled together, depending on needs of participants. The audience includes arts educators, administrators, regular ed classroom educators, and teaching artists, who can select those sessions most applicable according to needs.

This module includes approximately 25 minutes of recorded content with approximately 35 minutes of opportunities embedded within the module to reflect and discuss the content.**

In order to complete the one hour of training, participants will be asked to pause the episode at various points throughout the training to reflect either individually, with a partner, or in professional learning teams about the content and capture this information (either jot down notes or electronically).

Please complete this evaluation upon completion of the module on the website.

Evaluation for Module 1

This module includes approximately 40 minutes of recorded content with approximately 20 minutes of opportunities embedded within the module to reflect and discuss the content.**

In order to complete the one hour of training, participants will be asked to pause the episode at various points throughout the training to reflect either individually, with a partner, or in professional learning teams about the content and capture this information (either jot down notes or electronically).

At the end of the module, participants will complete an evaluation, which should take about 10 minutes. The evaluation requires written documentation for how content will be applied in practice. Successful completion and submission of the evaluation provides participants with a link to access and print the Certificate of Participation for the module.

Evaluation for Module 2

**Resources for Module 2**

This module includes approximately 40 minutes of recorded content with approximately 20 minutes of opportunities embedded within the module to reflect and discuss the content.

In order to complete the one hour of training, participants will be asked to pause the episode at various points throughout the training to reflect either individually, with a partner, or in professional learning teams about the content and capture this information (either jot down notes or electronically).

At the end of the module, participants will complete an evaluation, which should take about 10 minutes. The evaluation requires written documentation for how content will be applied in practice. Successful completion and submission of the evaluation provides participants with a link to access and print the Certificate of Participation for the module.

Please complete this evaluation upon completion of the module on the website.

Evaluation for Module 3

Resources for Module 3

Module 4 "Mission Possible" Arts Exposure and Module 10 "Double Exposure" Arts Exposure

*Note. This is a combination of two modules, Module 4 “Mission Possible” and Module 10 “Double Exposure.”

There are two options to complete this 2 hour module:

  1. Download and listen to one of the two Arts Exposure Panel Discussions and complete one of the two worksheets and evaluation to receive your certificate of completion for two contact hours. (The discussions are available to download as both a video file or audio file )
  2. You may listen to both panel discussions and complete both worksheets for an additional two hour completion certificate. ( Remember to always seek prior approval from your L.E.A. or school before seeking professional development.)

Arts Exposure Panel Video with Closed Captions

Arts Exposure Worksheet 1.docx

Audio File Panel A

  1. Slater Mapp, NCDPI, Dance and Visual Arts Consultant
  2. Jeremy Tucker, NCDPI, Music and Theatre Arts Consultant
  3. Michelle Pearson, Black Box Dance Theatre, Artistic Director
  4. Kelly Jones, Arts Education Coordinator, Columbus County Schools
  5. Cheryl Chamblee, Executive Director, Chatham Arts Council
  6. Barbara Toti, Theatre Arts Teacher, Gates County Schools

Arts Exposure Panel B Video with Closed Captions

Arts Exposure Worksheet 2

Audio File Panel B

  1. Mike Wiley, Performer, Actor, Producer, and Director and aspiring arts consultant
  2. Slater Mapp, NCDPI, Dance and Visual Arts Consultant
  3. Jeremy Tucker, NCDPI, Music and Theatre Arts Consultant
  4. Lisl Vaillant, Education Outreach Coordinator, Carolina Ballet
  5. Sarah Baron, Education Director, NC Symphony
  6. Michelle Harrell, Director of Teaching and Learning, NC Museum of Art
  7. Sharon Hill, Arts In Education Director, North Carolina Arts Council

Evaluation for Module 4

Evaluation for Module 10

This module includes approximately 45 minutes of recorded content with approximately 15 minutes of opportunities embedded within the module to reflect and discuss the content.

In order to complete the one hour of training, participants will be asked to pause the episode at various points throughout the training to reflect either individually, with a partner, or in professional learning teams about the content and capture this information (either jot down notes or electronically).

At the end of the module, participants will complete an evaluation, which should take about 10 minutes. The evaluation requires written documentation for how content will be applied in practice. Successful completion and submission of the evaluation provides participants with a link to access and print the Certificate of Participation for the module.

Please complete this evaluation upon completion of the module on the website.

Evaluation for Module 5

This module includes approximately 45 minutes of recorded content with approximately 15 minutes of opportunities embedded within the module to reflect and discuss the content.**

In order to complete the one hour of training, participants will be asked to pause the episode at various points throughout the training to reflect either individually, with a partner, or in professional learning teams about the content and capture this information (either jot down notes or electronically).

At the end of the module, participants will complete an evaluation, which should take about 10 minutes. The evaluation requires written documentation for how content will be applied in practice. Successful completion and submission of the evaluation provides participants with a link to access and print the Certificate of Participation for the module.

Evaluation for Module 7

**Resources for Module 7**

Module 8 "Walking the Walk"

Coming Soon!

This module includes approximately 40 minutes of recorded content with approximately 20 minutes of opportunities embedded within the module to reflect and discuss the content.**

In order to complete the one hour of training, participants will be asked to pause the episode at various points throughout the training to reflect either individually, with a partner, or in professional learning teams about the content and capture this information (either jot down notes or electronically).

At the end of the module, participants will complete an evaluation, which should take about 10 minutes. The evaluation requires written documentation for how content will be applied in practice. Successful completion and submission of the evaluation provides participants with a link to access and print the Certificate of Participation for the module.

**Resources for Module 9**