Culture, Community, and the Classroom workshop explores culturally responsive, engaged learning through local traditional arts. It introduces concepts of cultural identity and opportunities to practice ethnographic research skills such as interviewing, note taking, and sketching. The workshop offers educators a widening perspective of their own cultural identity and models for their students to explore their cultural identity authentically. How does one’s knowledge of their cultural identity influence their learning?
2023 CCC Program Showcases
Join us to experience important local art forms and learn what happened when educators included guest artists in their classrooms this fall. Everyone is welcome. Stay tuned for more information!
Binghamton – November 18, 10am – 12pm
Roberson Museum and Science Center
Albany – November 18, 10am – 12pm
Albany Institute of History and Art
“…I definitely benefited as a teacher and personally – it was a very focused, intentional and well-planned workshop. Great tools and activities! One of the best workshops I’ve ever participated in!”
–2021 Teacher Evaluation