Act Up: Visual & Performing Arts 101
Incorporating Visual and Performance Arts
into After School
(Rigor & Revelance - Audience: K-12 After School Professionals)
South County Regional Education Center
800 National City Blvd.
National City, CA 91950
Room: Com Labs 1-4
This workshop provides an overview of the Visual and Performing Arts Framework and Content Standards for the State of California, as well as resources and strategies for integrating the visual and performing arts into after school programs. Ron Jessee leads participants in a humorous and information-filled journey that includes networking opportunities and hands on activities. The workshop is interactive and filled with great resources. Participants will walk away with a copy of the California Framework and Content Standards document, visual and performing arts activities that are connected to the standards, and strategies for connecting visual and performing arts to the core school day.
Presenter: Ron Jessee, Coordinator of Visual and Performing Arts, San Diego County Office of Education
Registration priority is given to those from ASES, 21st CCLC and ASSETs grant-funded sites.
Please note: Photographs, video, film, and audio tapes may be taken during this event. All rights in connection with your participation in the training, workshop, television, video, film, Web-based derivative, or audiotape series and any derivative work of this project, including but not limited to rights to publicity, copyrights, and/or intellectual property rights, are hereby granted, worldwide and in perpetuity, to the County Board of Education and the San Diego County Office of Education, San Diego, California, and its designees. By registering for this workshop/training/event, you hereby waive the right to any fees, compensation, or control of the aforementioned programs now or in the future and grant full permission of the use of your name, likeness, performance, or voice and biography in the program which may be displayed, reproduced, performed, exhibited, and transmitted by all means and media, both known and unknown throughout the universe.
Event Date Mar 16, 2012
Location: South County Regional Education Center (SCREC)
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Organization and comparison to CA standards, changes made to ensure that CA standards remain rigorous, resources available to districts to communicate and responds to various stakeholder groups, and building capacity with a timeline to assure implementation of the new standards.
Event Date Mar 16, 2012
This is a three day intensive workshop (Thursday, Friday, Saturday) that focuses on teaching the technique of PROMPT that is hands on tactile—kinesthetic input while emphasizing the need to integrate this into a holistic therapy approach.
The workshop focuses on technique and learning the four levels (Parameter, Syllable, Complex and Surface) of prompting that support the broader, holistic philosophy and approach of PROMPT.
YOU SHOULD ENROLL IN THIS THREE DAY WORKSHOP IF :
You work with clients age 6 months-adult who have speech production disorders.
You feel that traditional auditory-visual, or cognitive-linguistic methods of treatment are not producing the type or amount of change you think should be possible.
You wish to better understand the motor-speech system, its development and organization.
You want to understand the connection between motor and language systems.
Event Date(s) Mar 15, 2012 - Mar 17, 2012
Location: North County Regional Education Center (NCREC)