Saturday, December 5, 2009
California College of the Arts, Oakland Campus
How does ENGAGE Studio Thinking in Practice increase the quality of artistic, academic and civic learning among CCA faculty, students and community partners?
1. How can we work together to develop mutually beneficial arts and youth service learning partnerships?
Faculty and Partner leads will understand and appreciate how to co-design projects with explicit, rigorous, and publicly shared goals, allowing all participants to bring their unique strengths more fully to support the project.
2. How can arts and teaching tools support learning?
Faculty and Partner leads will understand and appreciate how the Studio Thinking Framework and other teaching resources can guide analytic reflection and help them plan, reflect, analyze, and explain their own learning and their students’ learning to themselves and each other.
3. How can online documentation help make our learning visible?
Faculty and Partner leads will understand and appreciate how online platforms can facilitate documentation, sharing, reflecting, and improving approaches to service learning to exploit the potential of arts-based practices in ways understandable to broad audiences.