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Hattiesburg Cultural Center

Professional Development Workshop with Dr. Mark Malone

Hattiesburg Arts Council invites you to a Professional Development Workshop “Arts Integration 101” - Dance, Music, Theatre & Visual Art presented by Dr. Mark Malone - FREE and open to K-12 educators & administrators

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Professional Development Workshop with Dr. Mark Malone

Time & Location

Jan 03, 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Hattiesburg Cultural Center, 723 Main St, Hattiesburg, MS 39401, USA

About the event

Hattiesburg Arts Council invites you to a Professional Development Workshop “Arts Integration 101” - Dance, Music, Theatre & Visual Art presented by Dr. Mark Malone  -  FREE and open to K-12 educators & administrators (0.7 CEU credits available for $10 - to be paid at the door)  Make your reservations NOW!!! Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. Deadline for registration is: Wednesday, December 29th, 2021

“Arts Integration 101”  -  Dance, Music, Theatre, Visual Art

Presented by Dr. Mark Malone

 - Teachers will experience strategies and techniques to use a multiplicity of

artforms to teach core subject matter that include: geography, history, math,

science, and language arts.

 - Kinesthetic activities such as singing, dancing, impromptu theatrical

improvisation, out-of-seat movement, drawing/painting, playing instruments will

be used to engage students in learning important concepts.

 - A focus will be placed on college and career readiness Arts learning standards for

all artforms, as well as objectives and assessments. Special attention will be

given the four artistic processes of creating, performing, responding, and

connecting.

 - A student-centered learning emphasis through the K-W-L method will be

presented. (What students know, what they would like to know, what the

students have learned).

 - Lesson plans in the form of arts-integrated curricula will be selected and

demonstrated from the following: Mississippi Blues Trail and Beyond (2013), Mississippi 

History Through the Arts: A Bicentennial Journey (2017), Footprints in the Dust: The Natchez

Trace (2019), TVA:Electricity for All (2021), Hurricane Camille (2021), and The Great Mississippi 

Flood of 1927 (2021)

Deadline for registration is: Wednesday, December 29th, 2021

To register please email Dr. Mark Malone with the following information to: malonehugh2@gmail.com

     Your Name:

     Your email address:

     Your phone number:

     School:

     Grade(s) and courses you teach:

     Do you want 0.7 CEU credits for $10? Yes/No:

Payments will made to HAC at the door upon entry.

Dr. Malone will contact you via email with a confirmation. If you are one of the first 20 (= waived fee) to sign-up, you will be notified at that time.

Feel free to contact us with your questions or concerns:

HAC Office: 601-583-6005

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