Developing and Supporting Teaching Artists
Arts organizations asked for ways to better support their teaching artists in attending Ingenuity professional learning. In response, Ingenuity is now pleased to offer a new limited number of special professional learning stipends to teaching artists. These stipends are meant to promote access to high-quality professional learning programs and increase teaching artist knowledge, skill, and impact in classrooms and communities.
Stipends of $50/hour for training are available for most of Ingenuity’s professional learning events, including Institutes and Mini-courses.
- Teaching artists must be affiliated with an arts organization.
- The organization must act as the lead applicant and commit to a 1:1 stipend
- We hope that organizations will prioritize Teaching Artists that are newer to the field as well as TAs who identify as ALAANA
- Stipends are awarded on a rolling/first-come-first-serve basis
- Complete the online Professional Learning Quiz with the teaching artists on whose behalf you are applying. PPL Quiz Link: http://live-ingenuity.pantheonsite.io/professional-learning/learning-plan/
- After completing the quiz, engage in a conversation around professional learning and identify low, moderate, and high levels of comfort for each teaching artist. Together, prioritize which Ingenuity Institute or mini-course would best support each artist.
- Complete and submit a google form for the desired training(s):
Ingenuity staff and Ingenuity's Partnerships and Professional Learning Panel will review the application.
Ingenuity will respond to let you know if stipends have been approved, and provide directions for registering the teaching artists for training sessions.
Stipends will be provided upon completion of the Institute or Mini-Course. The stipend can be forfeited in case of absences or severe tardiness.
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