The KS / MO Kennedy Center Partners in Education host three types of programs:


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Professional Development Seminars

The KS/MO Partners in Education will host a minimum of five Professional Development Seminars for classroom educators and teaching artists each year.

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2019 Teaching Artist Training

Applications due: May 1, 2019

The KS/MO Kennedy Center Partners in Education Program is seeking applications from Teaching Artists to receive a series of FREE Professional Development seminars in the field of Arts Integration.

Brought to you by KCAIC and
Yardley Endowment at JCCC Foundation

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Annual Symposium

The Annual Symposium for Arts Education takes place each summer.

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Arts Integration Celebrations

Two annual events to honor and celebrate our successes in arts education and integration.


Program Objectives:

 
  • Improve student learning by providing student arts experiences that address 21st century skills: Creativity, Collaboration, Critical Thinking and Communication.

  • Contract experienced, high-quality instructors to deliver methods and strategies for arts integration to educators.

  • Hone the teaching skills of local artists by inviting them to training opportunities and providing professional development that specifically meets their needs.

  • Empower pre-K-12 educators to integrate and appreciate the arts into their curriculum in a meaningful, rigorous, and student-centered way with workshops by arts integration experts along with ongoing peer networking and support.