Sold OutDevelop Inspiring Art-Making, Skills and Love for Reading in Your Students (Gr. K-12)

Course Code: SI-1

This full-day Institute takes place on August 26, 2021.


In this one-day OTF Summer Institute, participants will focus on art-making inspiration, purposeful discussion and specific media to develop skills to use immediately with their own students. Join us as we explore the possibilities found in a variety of texts as inspiration. Together, participants will explore how to engage students using critical thinking to demonstrate their understanding of differing points of view, and how to apply multiple literacies in a makerspace or visual/media arts classroom. Ideas and strategies will be applicable in face-to-face and virtual learning environments. We will integrate Art and Literature to explore themes of self, diversity, equity and inclusion. Walk down the path with us to discover the endless possibilities of an Art and Library partnership. This Summer Institute is facilitated by members of the Ontario Art Education Association (OAEA) & The Association of Library Consultants and Coordinators of Ontario (TALCO), two subject/division associations in Ontario.

Presenters: Michéle Kleinschuck & Kate Johnson-McGregor

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** A Zoom link will be sent in a separate email with login information one day before the institute**

  • August 26, 2021
    9:00 am - 3:00 pm
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