We’re all about students, service and solutions … and here are a few upcoming events we want to tell you about this week.
There’s always something going on at Region 10. Check out a few of our upcoming events you might want to keep in mind.
On Saturday, November 10, Fine Arts Super Saturday! This half-day mini-conference will showcase the highest rated sessions from the 2018 Region 10 Fine Arts Summit of last June. There will be two sessions for visual art, music and leadership, and one session for theatre and dance. Check out the full description of sessions on our workshop calendar of events.
There will be more artfulness 2 days later:
Museum educator Carolyn Armbruster will lead an introductory workshop to Harvard’s Artful Thinking methodology. You’ll learn how to promote critical thinking in the classroom by facilitating learner-centered conversations about artwork. This session is open to teachers of all disciplines.
On November 13, “Student, Parent and Family Engagement”, a Children’s Mental Health Services Overview. We’ll identify some of the common categories of mental health disorders and discuss the requirements set forth by I-D-E-A to help eligible students. We’ll also look at some of the services available, both through the school to help the child academically, and within the community to help the family receive the comprehensive help and support they need.
If you’re interested in any of our upcoming events, go to our website – Region10 -dot- org – and click on the “Workshop Registration” tab at the top. Also, click around the homepage while you’re there. And thanks for all you do to serve students!