PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS
For information about how to study the Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method, including at a distance via Skype, click here.
Instructors of the Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method workshop and teachers who use this method present Professional Development Workshops at schools and educational conferences.
♦ At Your School: A seminar, workshop–or series of workshops–can be scheduled at your school, your district, or organization. Here are some of the presentations that have taken place at recent national and regional conferences on the visual arts, language arts, music, science, and social studies:
♦ “Learning to Like the World: The Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method Shows How!” by Patricia Martone, Barbara Allen, and Helena Simon
♦ “Beauty & Ethics in Linear Perspective & the Science of How We See” by Rosemary Plumstead and Donita Ellison
♦ “Seeing, Impression and Expression in Fossils, Literacy, & Ourselves” by Barbara McClung and Lauren Phillips
♦ “Comedy, Poetry, & Justice to People” by Leila Rosen and Ann Richards
♦ “Diffusion, the Cell Membrane, & Ourselves: Biology Comes Alive through the Aesthetic Realism Method” by Sally Ross and Rosemary Plumstead
♦ “Teaching Multicultural Music Opposes Prejudice” by Alan Shapiro
♦ “Aesthetic Realism, Art, and Anthropology: or, Justice to People” by Dr. Arnold Perey, anthropologist & Marcia Rackow, artist
To arrange a presentation at your school or organization, contact: Devorah Tarrow, Outreach Coordinator, 212.777.4490.
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