Location

RDB 2001

Start Date

17-5-2018 11:45 AM

End Date

17-5-2018 12:45 PM

Presentation Type / Tipo de propuesta

Interactive Workshop / Talleres interactivos

Description / Descripción

What role can works of art play in encouraging perspective-taking and exploring issues of global significance? How can thinking routines, developed by Harvard Project Zero, support rich conversations around works of art and global topics? In this interactive workshop, teachers will engage deeply with a work of art, using a combination of discussion and creative writing. They will deepen their understanding of art, history, and broader issues that affect them, their communities, and the world. Participants will practice using thinking routines to investigate the work of art and global themes. (Thinking routines are pedagogical tools that support and encourage key thinking moves, like reasoning with evidence, leading to understanding). Creative writing will be used as a tool to help participants consider various perspectives within and around the work of art. There will be time at the end to reflect on and debrief the participants’ experience and to consider classroom application.

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All Audiences

Available for download on Friday, May 25, 2018

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May 17th, 11:45 AM May 17th, 12:45 PM

Exploring Global Connections through Art

RDB 2001

What role can works of art play in encouraging perspective-taking and exploring issues of global significance? How can thinking routines, developed by Harvard Project Zero, support rich conversations around works of art and global topics? In this interactive workshop, teachers will engage deeply with a work of art, using a combination of discussion and creative writing. They will deepen their understanding of art, history, and broader issues that affect them, their communities, and the world. Participants will practice using thinking routines to investigate the work of art and global themes. (Thinking routines are pedagogical tools that support and encourage key thinking moves, like reasoning with evidence, leading to understanding). Creative writing will be used as a tool to help participants consider various perspectives within and around the work of art. There will be time at the end to reflect on and debrief the participants’ experience and to consider classroom application.