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TEACHING AND LEARNING IN THE ARTS

Arts Partners

Make it Count: Making Meaningful Use of Program Evaluation MINI-COURSE Essential Question How can arts organizations plan for the future and invite critical feedback to inform future practice? By continually analyzing internal capacity and programs through experience and data, organizations can reflect on the efficacy of their mission/vision for quality and adapt accordingly. In this mini-course, facilitators will hone in on challenges specific to participants’ organizations by tailoring the content of sessions to meet immediate needs. Subjects explored in this interactive and practically-grounded mini-course will include a combination of the following topics: ∞ Understanding organizational and programmatic strengths, weaknesses, needs, and objectives regarding data, assessment, and evaluation ∞ Identifying what kind of data to collect to best inform future practice ∞ Building a shared language and understanding of how to define “good” data, how to determine who data is for, and how data can be shared to best support organizational needs ∞ Assessing capacity needs for collecting, analyzing, and using data to support organizational objectives ∞ Identify changes that need to be made to artistic and educational learning outcomes, goals, policies, and practices based on continuous feedback and data results

Alignments Arts Partner Standards of Practice: ORG 4a, 4b Framework for Teaching: N/A

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Amplifying Essential Voices: Professional Learning Catalog, 2019-20 School Year  

Ingenuity and the CPS Department of Arts Education are pleased to present the 2019-2020 Professional Learning Catalog, Amplifying Essential...

Amplifying Essential Voices: Professional Learning Catalog, 2019-20 School Year  

Ingenuity and the CPS Department of Arts Education are pleased to present the 2019-2020 Professional Learning Catalog, Amplifying Essential...