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The ITP Studio Series: Discovering Self: Exploring Identity through Materials

Heather Morado, ITP Executive Director

Saturday, November 8, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PST)

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Ruth Bosco, Art Studio Teacher of  Aquatic Park School and Summerlyn Burlew, Art Studio Teacher of GeoKids will present a workshop that will  discuss how to bring ourselves more fully into our work with children and how to access our own creativity on a daily basis. Through the exploration of wire and repurposed materials, we will explore how understanding our own identity helps us to work more confidently with children and materials.


 

Three Intentional Reflection Questions for the Participants:

What parts of yourself do you leave at the door when you come to work?

What is a moment that you felt incredibly inspired by the world around you? How do you bring moments like that into your work with children?

What are the barriers to accessing your creativity at work?

 

Suggested Reading for Participants Prior to Workshop: http://www.couragerenewal.org/parker/writings/heart-of-a-teacher/


Have questions about The ITP Studio Series: Discovering Self: Exploring Identity through Materials? Contact Heather Morado, ITP Executive Director

When & Where


Aquatic Park Preschool
830 Heinz Ave
Berkeley, CA 94710

Saturday, November 8, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PST)


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Heather Morado, ITP Executive Director

Like the citizens of Reggio Emilia, Italy, The Innovative Teacher Project (ITP) strives to create a culture of dialogue and research in Northern California that promotes the pleasure of inquiry among children and adults. The cornerstone of the Reggio philosophy is an image of the child as competent, strong, inventive and full of potential – subjects with rights instead of needs. For the past twenty years, ITP has offered opportunities for others interested in supporting the potential in children to collaborate, formulate personal interpretations, hypotheses and ideas about teaching, learning and living.

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