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PRESENTED BY: Creative Education Foundation • Journal of Creative Behavior 
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Wednesday, June 14 • 8:30am - 5:00pm
SP15 The Arts Take Center Stage to Amplify CPS

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Creative Problem Solving is a process that is learned through repeated, guided experiences. The curriculum content may be set; however, the learning strategies and process are ours. If students learn to use their intellectual curiosity, they can learn curriculum content simultaneously. The arts amplify CPS through engaging eyes, ears, bodies, and story. Discover arts-integrated strategies through CPS process to deliver any curriculum content. Explore one or two large ideas, such as amplification or intensity through music, visual art, dance and drama/storytelling. Learn how the arts represent ways of knowing, which artistic processes are ideally suited for CPS tasks, and ways to use the arts to amplify problem solving and concept development. You will:
• Discover the relationship between different ways of knowing and the arts disciplines of music, visual art, dance, and drama.
• Identify the artistic processes of creating, performing, responding and connecting, and compare them to characteristics of CPS.
• Experience and learn arts-integration strategies through which to engage learners and explore/deliver curriculum content.

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Susan Snyder

Florida, United States, arts education IDEAS
Susan (Sue) Snyder is a consultant in educational change, arts-integrated curriculum, creativity and inventive thinking skills, and developmentally appropriate educational designs that build intellectual curiosity, self-reliance, flexibly literate individuals, collaborative capac... Read More →

Wednesday June 14, 2017 8:30am - 5:00pm
Richmond Aerobics