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2016 - Social Problems through Artistic Expression

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Social Problems through Artistic Expression led by Dr. Lynette Overby

  • Culturally Relevant Pedagogy for Urban Youth:  Using Arts Education to Elevate Student Voice and Student Agency

Karen Eller, Bancroft, Christina School District


  • Storytelling that Develops Change Makers

Jamett Garlick, West Park Place Elementary, Christina School District


  • Cooperation and Dramatic Play in the Kindergarten Classroom

Renee Ziegler, West Park Place Elementary, Christina School District


  • Social Justice through Musical Expression

Cecilia Hann, Eisenberg Elementary, Colonial School District


  • Building a Respectful Classroom Community through Artistic Expression

Regina Mulvena, Kathleen H. Wilbur Elementary, Colonial School District


  • A Culture of Community

Kaitlin Wolla, Kathleen H. Wilbur Elementary, Colonial School District


  • Using Critical Theory and Artistic Expression to Promote Social Justice

Anne Marie Esposito, Delcastle High School, New Castle County Vocational-Technical School District


  • Teaching Emotional Learning through Art Integration

Kathleen Gormley, Highlands Elementary, Red Clay Consolidated School District


  • Taking a Stand for Social Justice: Exploring the Chicano Movement and Dia de los Muertos through the arts

April Higgins, Dickenson High School, Red Clay Consolidated School District


  • Using Film, Poetry, and Music to Learn About Social Issues Present during Hurricane Katrina

Michelle Hilbeck, Conrad Schools of Science, Red Clay Consolidated School District

 

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