Course Description

A Greek philosopher once said that the only constant in life is change.  Perhaps no greater change in American education has taken place so swiftly as those of 2021.  Our teaching situations have been transformed, our students' lives have been upended, and the path forward is not terribly clear.  We will focus on who we are as arts educators and our responsibility for responding to the changing landscape.  Our time together will center on navigating change through a core system of beliefs that are driven by inspiration and innovation.  We will help you to develop processes that are immediately applicable and serve all students.

Course Dates:  June 28 - July 2, 2021
Online synchronous engagement 10 hours; asynchronous learning activities approx. 5 hours 
Synchronous Sessions:  Monday - Friday, 9:00am-11:00am EDT

Non-credit: Workshop $525 + $50 Registration Fee
Credit: Contact Assistant Dean David Brown for cost and registration: dpbrown@temple.edu. The workshop is available for 1 hour of Temple University Undergraduate (MUED 4650) or Graduate Credit (MUED 5650) Contemporary Problems~~Inclusive Arts Education: Activism, Advocacy, and Relevance.

Materials:  All course materials provided on Canvas.


Alison Reynolds Photo                    Dustin Cates Photo

Rollo Dilworth          Elizabeth parker


Online platform:  Zoom & Canvas

Questions?  Contact Alison.Reynolds@temple.edu

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