Arts In Education (Coser 403)Contact Information:Susan Zieres Teeple, CoordinatorPhone:(845) 295-4049e-mail email@example.com
Please Note: We cannot generate payment to the presenter/organization until we receive this completed evaluation form from your school."Dedicated to raising the standards and levels of visual and aesthetic literacy while strengthening and supporting learning in all areas of the curriculum."
The Arts in Education service supports the arts and arts-integrated learning experiences for K-12 students and teacher. Arts activities include workshops, assembly programs, demonstrations, residencies and field experiences in literary arts, visual arts, music, media arts, theatre and dance.Each district designates an arts liaison to oversee the program at the building level and facilitate the administrative approval process. This resource enables students, teacher and the school community to participate in arts learning experiences, integrate the arts into other curriculum and gain an understanding of the artistic process.The Arts in education Coser is dedicated to raising the standards and levels of visual and aesthetic literacy through participatory programs with the New York Philharmonic and Carnegie Hall as well as local arts agencies, alliances, residencies and institutions of higher learning.The Coser is an invaluable service in the dissemination of educational resources available statewide as well as in and around this region. The Coser is instrumental in helping teachers connect these resources. Professional development for teachers will complement the NY State Common Core Learning standards and include the following:
- Visual Thinking Strategies
- Arts Across the Curriculum
- NYS Arts Assessment
- Portfolio Projects
- Creating high-quality arts rich programs and environments
The Arts in Education program closely aligns Learning Standards in the Arts by providing workshops and seminars for teachers bringing them up to date with current trends and research.
Interested in participating in the CoSer please contact the coordinator.Scholastic Art Awards Program (Extension)The Scholastic Art awards, which are open to students in grades 7-12, brings outstanding visual arts by teenagers to an audience by showcasing their remarkable work and encouraging their creative journey and career development. awards will be presented on both the local and national level of the Scholastic Art Awards, and high school seniors who submit portfolios are considered for more than $1.5 million in tuition scholarships at colleges across the nation. Program includes:
- Personalized assistance with paperwork, the website and guidance with online registration
- Scholastic Art Award poster
- An arts exhibit showcasing student artwork
- A ceremony presenting awards to our students
- PowerPoint presentation of students' artwork
- Certificates, pins, programs and congratulatory letters for students based on award level