Educator Speaker Series: Artivism in the Classroom with Monique Marshall
Fri, 03/05/2021 – 10:16
Art as a tool for activism (i.e. artivism) is an accessible and impactful way to invite students of all ages to explore their ability to interrupt unfair systems. The journey from developing a positive sense of identity and exploring the beauty of diversity, to understanding injustice and systemic oppression in society, must culminate with student social action. In this workshop, you will learn to support student activism in your classroom through project-based practice and begin developing your own artivist project.
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Monique Marshall is the founder of Monique Marshall Strategy and Consulting LLC and an elementary school educator who has been working with young children in independent schools for 30 years. She is dedicated to increasing awareness and competency around creating multicultural curriculum and inclusive school culture in the early years of children’s development.
This program will take place online via Zoom and will be live captioned.
– Sat, 03/20/2021 – 13:00
Virtual Evenings for Educators is made possible by the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation, the Mara W. Breech Foundation, and The Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation.
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