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What to Bring?

#mcreds will provide all water, light snacks, journals, and pens.

For Session A, please bring with you:

  • an electronic device to access digital learning materials in class (laptop, iPad, etc)

  • tools, equipment or instruments you utilize in your artistic practice (i.e. guitar, dance shoes, camera, water color and brushes, etc.)

For Session B, please bring with you:

  • an electronic device to access digital learning materials in class (laptop, iPad, etc)

  • presentation materials and notes from your Independent Work assignment

101 Cohorts
Cohort A:
Sunday, May 19 and Sunday, June 9 from 2:00pm - 6:00pm
at Maryland State Department of Education
located at 200 W. Baltimore Street; Baltimore, MD 21201

Cohort B:
Sunday, June 30 and Sunday, July 21 from 2:00pm - 6:00pm
at Maryland State Department of Education
located at 200 W. Baltimore Street; Baltimore, MD 21201

Cohort C:
Friday, September 6 and Friday, September 27th from 12:00pm-4:00pm
at Maryland State Department of Education
located at 200 W. Baltimore Street; Baltimore, MD 21201

Cohort D:
TBA

101 COHORT CENTRAL

101: Learning through The Creative Process: Standards-driven Creative Spaces

Participants will explore the connective tissue of the Maryland State Fine Arts Standards and the essential elements of the Creative Process.  Arts Educator and Community Teaching Artists will investigate their own teaching and making methods in an effort to understand their own habits to launch them into a reflective and strengths-based approach to professional learning through #mcreds. This course is a prerequisite for all Level 201 courses.

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive an endorsement in Learning through The Creative Process and are eligible for 201 courses. Maryland Art Educators are eligible for 1 CPD credit. All #mcreds courses are FREE.

101 Cohort Calendar


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Independent Work

Late assignments will not be accepted.


Don’t forget to join us for Digital Office Hours!

Cohort B Digital Office Hours

Tuesday, July 9 at 7pm

Thursday, July 11 at 12pm

Tuesday, July 16 at 7pm

 

Location & Parking

Location
Maryland State Department of Education
200 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

When you arrive, please sign-in at the front desk--the front desk officer may ask for state-issued, photo ID. The front desk officers will direct you to the conference room.

Parking is available at the  Arrow parking garage next door to the MSDE building for $16. Street parking is also available on Park St., W Fairmount Ave, or other nearby streets. Because this session is on a Sunday, street parking is free but limited, so please plan to arrive early if you are trying to park on the street.





Facilitators

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Alysia Lee

Coordinator of Fine Arts
Maryland State Department of Education


For 2019 Kennedy Center Citizen Artist, Alysia Lee-- her role as an artist, arts educator, teaching artist and arts advocate, give her a broad perspective of the arts ecosystem. Alysia's work has received national recognition for advancing access, equity, visibility, representation, and power-sharing between artists, organizations, and communities.

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Dr. Lilian Pailen

Dr. Lilian Pailen has served the arts education field as a teacher and administrator in public school and collegiate settings. She has also served as a specialist with the Maryland State Department of Education Fine Arts Office and draws upon these experiences as a consultant for statewide curriculum/assessment projects. She holds a B.A. degree in music education from Howard University, M.A. degree from Columbia University Teachers College, and doctorate in community college education from George Mason University.



Contact Us
Email info@mcreds.org with any questions.