2019 Region 10 Fine Arts Summit
June 8, 2019
SAVE THE DATE
This annual, full-day conference will be held in Richardson, Texas in Region 10's newly renovated Abrams Building. Come join your colleagues for the best regional learning for visual art, music, theatre and dance teachers. The summit schedule will be published in the spring. Save the date on your calendars now!
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
The call for proposals for the 2019 Region 10 Fine Arts Summit on June 8th is now open.
Do you have a something to share with your colleagues? Are you looking to engage in professional opportunities beyond the campus level? Are you in need of some learning and fun?
If so, please consider submitting a proposal The deadline to submit is Sunday, January 13th at midnight.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email Dr. Meredith Clark
We are looking forward to celebrating you and the work you do with your students!
Elementary Music Class Tour: Classroom Management
February 5, 2019
The elementary class tour is designed to assist teachers in improving their classroom environment, routines and management of student behavior (T-TESS Dimension 3). Participants will fill out a pre-tour survey to reflect on their current practices and desired goals for growth. The day of the tour, participants observe a first and a second grade music class, reflect and engage in a Q&A session with Region 10 Master Elementary Music Teacher Jessica Shindle at Ida Handley Elementary School, and ACE campus, in Garland ISD.
Learning on Location: Outdoor Inquiry—Arbor Hills Nature Preserve
March 27, 2019
This session for all educators is literally out-of-the-box and out of the building! Spend the day walking through the great outdoors, exploring opportunities to integrate Fine Arts and Science instruction. Dress comfortably, pack lightly, and bring water/snacks. Teachers will receive 6 CPE hours (6 hours) – GT hours is also available for those in the GT Co-op.
Fine Arts and LOTE at the Meadows Museum—Intercultural Influencers
April 6, 2019
Are you curious about designing interdisciplinary instruction that helps your Spanish language and/or Fine Arts students develop intercultural skills? Analyze works in the exhibition Fortuny: Friends and Followers, which explores the international influence of Spanish proto-Impressionist painter Mariano Fortuny y Marsal. Then collaborate with peers to plan an interdisciplinary lesson to take back to the classroom. FREE with advance registration. Light refreshments provided.
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