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Art: Essential in a Well-Rounded Education
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Cheri Sterman, Crayola Education Director; Shauna Kauffman, Principal, Arnold Elementary
Sponsored by Crayola
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Education leaders know the impact art has on student achievement and engagement. Our challenge is to convince others. Presenters Cheri Sterman and Shauna Kauffman shared insights on how art impacts learning and how to articulate key messages for effective art advocacy.
- Explore how to convey compelling art advocacy messages
- See students’ perspective on how art impacts learning
- Use a rhetorical framework to persuade others on the essential role of art in a well-rounded education.
Crayola Webinar Giveaway: Fifty educators who share photos of their advocacy postcards, inspired by this webinar, will receive a complimentary thank you gift from Crayola: 12 boxes of 5 ct. Crayola No Drip Paint Pens. While we’d love to see your submissions wherever you live, this gift can only be shipped to members in the U.S. and Canada.
Cheri Sterman, Education Director, Crayola
Cheri Sterman is an experienced children’s advocate who helps educators articulate key messages to policy decision makers. During Cheri’s career, she has provided insights to the following organizations: National Governor’s Association, US Senate Education Committee, US White House Committee for Children and Youth, and the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities. As a former member of Governor Celeste’s Children’s Services team, Cheri set state policy and administered public funds. Cheri has presented workshops on how to convey concise education advocacy messages to members of the National Association of Elementary School Principals, the National Association for Education of Young Children, and the National Art Education Association.
Shauna Kauffman, Principal, Arnold Elementary School, Maryland
Shauna Kauffman is an educational leader and college instructor with over 12 years of school administration experience and an Educational Administration Certificate from Johns Hopkins University. She is currently the principal of Arnold Elementary School in Maryland—a 2015-2016 Crayola Champion Creatively Alive Children leadership grant winning school. Mrs. Kauffman is a Nationally Certified Principal Mentor and teaches graduate level courses for La Salle University. She is a spokesperson for the importance of art in a well-rounded education.
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