Celebrate the joy of ART in your early childhood classroom!
Special Arts Integration Training Series
To apply, download this PDF or apply online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2019MooreArtsTrainings
Think, problem solve, create! Children develop creativity, social skills and fine motor skills with open-ended art projects where they can make choices, use their imaginations, and create with their hands. This Week of the Young Child, join Partners for Children & Families and the Arts Council of Moore County in celebrating the joy and learning children experience when engaged in creative art making.
In March 2019, we are offering a series of special professional development trainings focused on helping early educators infuse arts and creativity into their classrooms. Each training participant will:
- LEARN artistic techniques from a local professional artist
- PRACTICE making art
- INTEGRATE arts into their classroom
- RECEIVE a delivery of fun arts materials for use with children in their care
- CELEBRATE their children’s creativity in a local art exhibit
This will be a free training opportunity; however all participants must be committed to putting the learning components of the training into practice. This will require ongoing collaboration with our Child Care Technical Assistance staff to create and implement a Classroom Technical Assistance Plan.
Due to the limited space (12 people per class) and hands-on nature of this training, participants must:
- Be a lead teacher in a LICENSED child care classroom or Family Child Care Home in MOORE COUNTY
- Agree to attend the training and complete all requirements outlined in this application
- Submit completed application no later than Monday, March 4th at noon**
- Paper applications can be hand-delivered or mailed to Partners for Children & Families: 7720 NC Hwy 22, Carthage, NC 28327
- Submit an electronic application (this is our preferred method, but is not required) by visiting https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2019MooreArtsTrainings
**Participants will be selected on a first come, first serve basis. PfCF staff will notify you on
a rolling basis to let you know if you meet eligibility requirements and have been accepted into the training program.
- Now: Submit your application no later than Monday, March 4th at noon.
- Now until March 4th: All applicants will be notified regarding their application status.
- March 12 – April 2: Participants will attend one training of their choice and develop a classroom implementation plan.
- April 8 – 12: Art materials will be delivered to classrooms of training participants (for free!)
- April 15 – 30: Children will replicate art project and teachers will give completed art projects to PfCF staff
- May 1 – 31: Children’s art will be displayed in local county libraries.