We as educators have to be driven to do what is necessary for our students, and then we must be dedicated to passing on that drive to our students. But how do we do that?
PSAE’s 2019 2-day arts integration conference Driven will focus on how we as educators and administrators can meet this challenge in ways that nurture inquiry, prepare for inventiveness, and stimulate creativity in today’s classrooms.
Dr. Tim Hodges, Monday Keynote Speaker Senior Consultant, Gallup
Keynote Address: Gallup Student Poll: Ensuring that Our Students are Engaged Today and Ready for Tomorrow
The Gallup Student Poll measures the hope, engagement, entrepreneurial aspirations, and career and financial literary of the nation’s students in grades 5-12. This session will review the findings of the Gallup Student Poll and the linkage to measures that matter for student success. We will also discuss ways to move from data to action that will impact the future for our students.
In addition to his keynote address, Dr. Hodges will facilitate 2 breakout sessions, one for administrators and another for teachers.
Glenis Redmond’s love of words has carried her across the country for two decades. She logs over 35,000 miles a year bringing poetry to the masses. This Road Warrior Poet, though steeped in Afro-Carolinian roots, speaks a universal tongue of love, loss, celebration, sorrow and hope. Her verse uplifts family, culture and community. Glenis is a gentle pen pusher as she encourages others at diverse venues across the country from prisons, universities, festivals, conferences, camps, keynotes, rallies, to schools.
She is a 2005-2006 NC Literary Award recipient and a Denny C. Plattner Award winner for Outstanding Poetry awarded by the Journal, Appalachian Heritage. She has been inducted in the Mt. Xpress’ Hall of Fame for Best Poet in Western North Carolina after winning for over a decade.
She is a Workshop Leader with the Kennedy Center’s Partnership in Education Program in Washington, D.C. Glenis’ work has aired on National Public Radio. She is a past winner of the Southern Fried Poetry Slam twice and a top ten finalist in the National Poetry Slam.
Greeks, Gouchos, and Gullahs: Making Traditional Literature Modern |Tim Lowry, Storyteller Tim Lowry
How the Arts Foster Growth Mindset |Meredith Sims, Coker College
I Can Make a Story Pop |Tunisha SummersGwendolyn Sewer, Orangeburg County Schools/Robert E Howard Middle School
Intentional Choreography Composition |Martha Connerton, Kinetic Works Dance
It's A Mighty Thin Dime That Doesn't Have Two Sides |Mary Ann StoddardN/A, Pine Street Elementary District 7 Spartanburg
Kinesthetic Inventor-Designing and Building Dance |Caroline Hoadley, The Moving Company
Making Thinking Visible |James Wells, Crayola
Me: The Brand |Jennifer Fox, GCS/Carolina High School
Mindful Writing |Heather Marshall, Greenville Technical Charter High School
New to ABC |Kim Wilson, Arts in Basic Curriculum Project
Once Upon a Driveway |Emily Miller, SSL Entertainment
Play and Art Go Hand In Hand |Jed Dearybury
Poems and Predators |Tamara Smith, Shomoneik Brown, East Aiken School of the Arts
Pour Yourself A Big Cup Of Performing Arts: How To Teach Meaning And Context In ELA |Sterling DeVries, Charleston Gaillard Center
Resilience is their Super Power! |Karen Bush, Inman Intermediate School
STEAM: Engineering the Arts for Every Student to Success |Scot HockmanChristine Fisher, NA
STEAM: History and Engineering |Susan Gardner, Sheri Watson, Heath Springs Elementary
Student Driven Material Mastery |Kim Wilson, Arts in Basic Curriculum Project
Talking with Trees |Mckensie Revels, New Prospect Elementary
The STEAM Found in Forest Schools |Tracey Hunter-Doniger, College of Charleston
What's Your Angle? |Paula Jeter, OP Earle Elementary School
2019 PSAE Conference Keynote Speaker Dr. Tim Hodges,
Gallup Senior Consultant
2019 PSAE Conference Keynote Speaker Glenis Redmond, Poet, Teaching Artist and Imagination Activist
Some of the Sessions You'll Be Able to Experience!
A Literary Kick in the Pants |Scott Gould, SC Governor's School for the Arts
A Picture Can Lead to 1,000 Words |Kimberly Entzminger, Lisa Fallaw, East Aiken School of the Arts
ABC Elementary |Kim Wilson, Arts in Basic Curriculum Project
ABC Grant Management |Kim Wilson, Arts in Basic Curriculum Project
ABC Network Meeting |Kim Wilson, Arts in Basic Curriculum Project
ABC Network Synergy Session |Kim Wilson, Arts in Basic Curriculum Project
Art in Action! Using the arts in the Middle School classroom |Danielle Whitlow,Kathryn Mitchell, Campobello Gramling School
Arts Grant Chat: Your Road Map to Success! |Kelli Rooks, Betsy Crick, Lexington School District One
Arts Integrated Lessons Do Not Have to Be Projects! |Jef Lambdin, The InterACTive Theater
Arts Integration and Socio-Emotional Learning |Rhonda Edwards, Eagle Nest Elementary
Building Staff Buy-In |Kim Wilson, Arts in Basic Curriculum Project
Close Reading: Visual Art as Text |Ellen Westkaemper, Greenville County Museum of Art
Costumes, Content and Curriculum, OH MY! |Jed Dearybury, mrdearybury.com LLC
Dance Integration -Implementation and Documentation |Caroline Hoadley, The Moving Company
Dancing Transformations: Exploring geometric transformations through dance choreography |Alison LeonardNicole A. Bannister, Clemson University
Dave the Potter: Artist, Poet, Slave |Ellen Westkaemper, Greenville County Museum of Art
Driven By Student Voice: Adding A Creative Flair To Flipgrid Topics |Debb Adams, White Knoll Middle School
Driven to Dance with a STEAM Mindset |Kellianne Floyd, Allie Flagg, Spartanburg School District 1
Driven To Overcome Challenges: Arts Integration Strategies For Teachers With Limited Instructional Time, Funding, Resources, And Autonomy |Jamie Hipp, Arts Are Hipp - Creative Professional Development (and adjunct professor @ LSU)
Driving Art to Move |Kellianne Floyd, Mckensie Revels, New Prospect Elementary
Driving the Arts Through Collaboration |Sharon Doyle, Elizabeth Graham, Amelia Lorenz, Woodland Heights Elementary School
Edu-Wellness: Driven to Excellence, and Not Burnout |Jennifer Fox, GCS/Carolina High School
Face Value |Tunisha SummersGwendolyn Sewer, Orangeburg County Schools/Robert E Howard Middle School