Shifting the Power: Developing Personal Self-Awareness
Chicago Regional Organizing for Anti Racism / 07/03/2019
This curated booklist contains several key sources on the topics of anti-bias and anti-racism.
Changing the Dynamic: Creating a Healthy Organizational Culture
Chicago Regional Organizing for Antiracism (CROAR) / 22/03/2019
A resource list of education books on the topics of anti-bias and anti-racism.
And If You Don’t Know, Now You Know: Artistically Grounded Student Assessment
Ingenuity, presented by Dr. Rekha S. Rajan / 16/11/2018
This slide deck outlines Ingenuity's institute on artistically-grounded student assessment and provides information on how strong assessment practices in the arts are built upon clear objectives that are discipline-authentic and appropriate to individual programs and students. Additionally the presentation highlights methods for providing evidence of learning through student assessment.
Ingenuity / 12/10/2018
This institute handout provides a curated list of arts advocacy resources on topics such as: finding your legislator, how to find information on your local school council, and where to go for arts advocacy updates.
Partner Starter Institute
Ingenuity / 03/08/2018
The Arts Assist Guide is meant to help you build relationships with Chicago Public Schools so that the arts can be in dialogue with learning happening in the classroom. This guide will provide the tools, resources, and information you need to develop a shared language with schools.
Partner Starter Institute
Ingenuity / 09/08/2019
The Arts Assist Guide has been designed to help arts partners build relationships with Chicago Public Schools so that the arts can be in dialogue with learning happening in the classroom. This guide will provide the tools, resources, and information you need to develop a shared language with schools.
Mastering the Standards: Arts Partner Edition
Chicago Public Schools, Developed by Brenda K. Fineberg / 15/02/2019
This institute handout provides a checklist for key anchor standards and best practices from the Illinois Arts Standards as well as follow-up questions regarding engagement with the checklist and corresponding standards.
The Arts Partnership Process is an interactive tool designed to help cultivate meaningful planning conversations between schools and arts partners. This five-step collaborative and reflective conversation process can be used to build stronger partnerships and implement unique arts education programs tailored to the goals, strengths, and unique capacities of schools and arts partners.
Arts Education Conference
Robin Koelsch, Communities in Schools Chicago / 16/12/2016
This presentation deck provides arts organizations with information on how they can make a collective impact within the communities that they are working in.
Planning for Quality 103: Assessment Tools & Processes
Ingenuity, presented by Douglas Boughton and Kerry Freedman, NIU / 27/04/2018
This deck provides an overview on the significance of assessment, how to approach assessment, and what's involved in student assessment in the arts.