11/2/18 Friday SJSU Students

Friday, November 2, 2018

8:30 A.M. to 12:45 P.M.

Student Union Ballroom

The Marion Cilker Conference FOR ARTS IN EDUCATION is FREE to all SJSU students.

SESSIONS


Session #1 - 9:30 - 11:00 am

Child's Play in San Jose - Singing and Dancing our Multi-Cultural History

Barbara Winslow Wong

CA State Social Studies Standards explore the varied backgrounds of generations of Americans through their stories, games, festivals and folklore. In this workshop, travel through time in Silicon Valley and Northern California, singing, dancing and playing children's games representing settlers from many cultures and countries.

Animation Integration - Bringing Learning to Life!

Danielle Thibodeau and Channing Tackaberry from The Walt Disney Family Museum

How can you integrate art, technology, and core curriculum in meaningful and engaging ways? Discuss and explore through a hands-on interactive workshop with educators from The Walt Disney Family Museum, and learn how to animate your classroom!

Musical Pathways to Addressing the Common Core Reading Standards TK-2

Kara Ireland D'Ambrosio

This workshop will show how singing, dancing/moving, and playing instruments can engage and motivate students to read and write, bring a book to life with music, call attention to syllables and the meaning of words, and develop presentation skills and reading comprehension. Come have fun with us!

Clap Your Name: Mathematics, Rhythm, and Dance

Karl Schaffer

In this workshop we will develop clapping sequences from the patterns of vowels and consonants in names, and use them to develop whole-body movement activities that simultaneously explore a number of mathematical concepts as well as introduce the participants to the use of dance in the math classroom.

Let's Talk! Conversation Stations

Debra Jean Zwicker-Sobrepena

Want to help English Language Learners speak more and increase vocabulary? Participants will experience "conversation stations" around a theme and have time to create their own for their classroom.

Collaboration Through Art Making

Julie Van Dewark

Engage in art-making activities that explore art concepts and promote collaborative skill development. Identify opportunities for student speaking and listening skills development and explore curriculum connections through art.

Art Across the Curriculum

Zelda LeFrak & Pat Rees-Miller

Cut, Paste & Paint! Spend this session enjoying hands-on projects that will translate into challenging and creative opportunities for your young learners. All projects will cite curriculum standards.

The Stories of Others: Seeking, Staging, Performing

Oona Hatton

In this hands-on session, participants will learn basic ethno-drama techniques and the philosophies behind them to be prepared to conduct a fun, and flexible semester-long research and performance project designed to augment primary social studies curriculum in the middle school classroom.

Show Your Work: Math + Art

Alysia Caryl, Greg Brown, and Emilio Banuelos from San Jose Museum of Art

Show Your Work is a set of hands-on visual exercises to build student understanding of key math concepts. Try out sample exercises that will expose teachers and studentss to new mediums and reinforce the processes of visualization, iteration, and pattern recognition that are critical skills for both artists and mathematicians.

String it Up!: Recyclables Become Wearable Art

Cristina Velazquez

In this workshop, participants will be able to enjoy themselves by engaging on a craft activity. Recycled plastics and organic materials will be used to create jewelry. This activity is adapted for different level learners and lead with an emphasis on a changing environment


Grade: 1-3

Music/

Dance



Grade: 4-5

Media Arts



Grade: TK-2

Music



Grade: 1-8

Dance


Grade: 1-5

Theater


Grade: 4-5

Visual Arts


Grade: TK-1

Visual Arts



Grade: 5-8

Theater



Grade: 1-3

Visual Arts


Grade: TK-8

Visual Arts


Session #2 - 11:15 am - 12:45 pm

Creative Movement + Curriculum = FUN! Grade: TK-8 | Dance

Paula Bliss

Create an atmosphere of joy using the imagination and creative movement centered on curriculum.

Animation Integration! Bringing Learning to Life! Grade: 4-5 | Media Arts

Danielle Thibodeau and Channing Tackaberry from The Walt Disney Family Museum

How can you integrate art, technology, and core curriculum in meaningful and engaging ways? Discuss and explore through a hands-on interactive workshop with educators from The Walt Disney Family Museum and learn how to animate your classroom!

Bringing Social-Emotional Learning with Music into the K-5 Classroom Grade: K-5 | Music

Christopher D'Ambrosio

Social Emotional Learning sets up expectations of your students’ behaviors, helps them develop empathy, assertive voice, and gratefulness. Then students are able to communicate their feelings and navigate the complex social world. Help students improve and grow their Emotional-Intelligence Quotient so they can regulate their feelings, thoughts, and reactions to the challenges that education brings.

Meaningful Movement: Connecting dance with Reading, Writing, & Learning Grade: 1-5 Dance

Laurel Shashtri

Explore dance as text through participatory activities that engage body and mind in fun and unexpected ways. In the process of communicating meaningful movement, participants learn how dance uses reading strategies, and performing dance uses writing skills.

Rise Up! An American Curriculum Grade:4-8 | Theater

Mariah Landers and Jessa Moreno

Rise Up! uses creative inquiry to explore Hamilton: An American Musical. Lessons help students to understand and critically examine Hamilton themes and artistry, and to express their own personal narrative through writing and performance.

Sowing Creativity: Visualizing Math with Art! Grade: 1-3 | Visual Arts

Alysia Caryl, Greg Brown and Emilio Banuelos from San Jose Museum of Art

Explore one of the 25 S.T.E.A.M. lessons developed by the San Jose Museum of Art for their signature program, Sowing Creativity intended to "Sow" creativity across disciplines. Learn how SJMA artists have helped hundreds of students to think more creatively, observe more deeply, and gain creative confidence across subjects.

The Recipe of Me: Exploring Culture Through Creativity Grade: K-2 | Visual Arts

Jessica Torres and Heidi Luban from Children's Discovery Museum

Participants will explore cultural identity through creative play and identifying various components of culture. A dialogue about culture will begin by using a variety of cultural culinary tools to share each individual’s cultural identity and personal experiences while creating an identity “recipe” book.

What’s the Story?: Narrative Writing Around Artworks Grade: 1-8 | Visual Arts

Jessalyn Aaland from San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

After viewing and discussing a painting by artist Martin Wong, participants will apply elements of narrative writing to create a story around Wong’s artwork in alignment with Common Core standards for English Language Arts.

Art Across the Curriculum Grade: TK-1 | Visual Arts

Zelda LeFrak and Pat Rees-Miller

Cut, Paste & Paint! Spend this session enjoying hands-on projects that will translate into challenging and creative opportunities for your young learners. All projects will cite curriculum standards.


Color-Food-Politics Grade: 1-8 | Visual Arts

Cristina Velasquez

The use of color theory with an emphasis in complementary colors as creative expression, will lead to drawings inspired by artist Enrique Chagoya. Participants will experiment with color pencils, markers, and Crayola crayons to produce a conceptual project that encompasses Food Politics, cartoon appropriation, and message delivery.

SCHEDULE OF THE DAY

Friday, November 2, 2018 @ San Jose State University

8:00-8:30 am Check-in & Light Breakfast in Student Union Ballroom

8:30-9:15 am Welcome & Opening Remarks

9:15-9:30 am Break & Travel to Session #1

9:30-11:00 am Workshop Session #1

11:00-11:15 am Break & Travel to Session #2

11:15-12:45 pm Workshop Session #2

This event is wheelchair accessible. For information on accessibility and other questions, please visit our website: www.sjsu.edu/education/about-us/events/mcc