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A Teaching Artist's Companion: How to Define and Develop Your Practice

ISBN : 9780190926168

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¥5,731
Author: 
Daniel Levy
Pages
328 Pages
Format
Paperback
Size
156 x 235 mm
Pub date
Oct 2019
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You are an artist. You've mastered your art form, and you're out in the world living the artist's life. But you also want to make a difference in the world as a teaching artist. You know how to pursue excellence in your art form; how can you pursue excellence in teaching artistry?
A Teaching Artist's Companion: How to Define and Develop Your Practice is a how-to reference for veteran and beginning teaching artists alike. Artist-educator Daniel Levy has been working in classrooms, homeless shelters and correctional facilities for over thirty years. With humor and hard-won insight, Levy and a variety of contributing teaching artists narrate their successes and failures while focusing on the practical mechanics of working within conditions of limited time and resources. Levy organizes teaching artist practice within a framework of View, Design, and Respond. View is everything you value and believe about teaching and learning; Design is what you plan before you go into a classroom; Respond is how you react to and support your students face to face. With the aid of checklists, worksheets, and primary sources, A Teaching Artist's Companion invites you to define your own unique view, and guides your observing, critiquing, and shaping your practice over time.

Index: 

Front Matter
Acknowledgements
Contributing Writers
Introduction
Chapter 1 - The Evolution Of A Teaching Artist
Chapter 2 - View
Chapter 3 - Design
Chapter 4 - Respond
Chapter 5 - Four View, Design & Respond-based Programs
Chapter 6 - Designing A Curriculum
Chapter 7 - Working with Teachers and Administrators
Chapter 8 - Support For Professional Teaching Artists
Back Matter

About the author: 

Daniel Levy is a composer and working musician in New York City. A leader in urban teaching artistry and arts program design, he has worked with numerous arts-in-education institutions, including the 92nd Street Y, The Little Orchestra Society, Carnegie Hall, the Metropolitan Opera Guild, and Lincoln Center Education.

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