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Moving Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Forward in Art Education: Questions for Art Educators - Shared screen with speaker view
rebecca rohloff
Yeah! Dr. Knight. You are an amazing role model and I am so glad I could share this webinar with many of my students at Salem State University, Salem, MA
Christine Holloway
What do we do about student of color not eating in the lunchroom?
Elizabeth Whitehead
Will the ED&i group be sharing any best practices in their report?
Elizabeth Duzan
Are we going to talk about inclusion in terms of including special needs STUDENTS in the regular art classroom? Or is this webinar only about Inclusion related to the teachers in NAEA?
Margaret Chamberlain
I’m not sure I’m clear on the exact goals of this ArtDE&i organization. Is this an introductory year where the group is deciding specific goals?
Eileen Portelance
Is part of the solution giving pre-service teachers a broader art history to include MORE than Western art as a required for certification?
Sheryl Brodie
Yes, I also have questions about how to best teach/reach special needs students.
elizabeth schott
We have a EDI committee in our district but there are no arts teachers involved. I am going to join this committee. What is the most import thing I can bring to the table?
Kathi Levin
We have secured some funding for work with Cultural Competency in Teachng and Leadership Certificate pilot program over the next 2 years.
Christine Holloway
They feel excluded
Christine Holloway
I am 9-12.
Jim Daniels
Multiple intelligences / differentiated learning
Kathi Levin
The National Standards work included the Kennedy Center's vast network of people working with special needs students and our Visual Arts Standards page on the NAEA website also includes a specific guide they prepared for visual arts educators.
Jess Levey
What kind of training do you recommend for white teachers who don’t exactly feel that this work is vital for ALL students. I am also curious how to stop micro-aggressions such as confusing students of Color. How should teachers best handle that in the moment and how should we handle it as teachers when we see another teacher make this embarrassing mistake?
Margaret Chamberlain
Wanda, will you be attending the People of Color Conference in Nashville at the end of November?
Kathi Levin
The Cultural Competency in TEaching and Leadershp Pilot Certificate Program is work that we are starting but it is beyond the Task Force. There is a national advisory Council forming. Once we pilot a curricu;um developed through this work, we look to get feedback about what works and revise accordingly. This is a multi-year initiative. The Task Force is focused on the association.
Robin Brewer
Do you know of any state departments of education that already have initiatives in place to recruit and support diverse educators?
Christen Sperry Garcia
Hello Dr. Knight! Questions from my Intro to Art Ed students and I: 1. How can we make our curriculum more diverse as art educators?
Jim Daniels
As a white male, I believe I present a diverse group of contemporary artists / practices to my students- how do I maintain a genuine feel for this- so as it doesn’t come across as being forced? How do I better address the experience of diversity with my white privleged students?
Lisa Borgsdorf
what can art educators do to advance students’ understanding of whiteness? what are ways to do this through art? can it be built into the curriculum?
Christen Sperry Garcia
More from my students: 2. What would you say is the most important thing to enforce as an art educator? 3. Do you have suggestions for curriculum design resources from a decolonial perspective
Jess Levey
Can you also speak about the importance of inclusion of diverse representation of inspiring of artists when teaching. I find that too many art teachers are still showing Picasso and Van Gogh and not including artists such as Carrie Mae Weems, or Kerry James Marshall, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Michalene Thomas, and the list goes on
rebecca rohloff
The field of art ed is closely defined by, and related to access into college, art + design and teacher prep programs. There seems be both a real and perceived assumption that majoring in the arts or becoming a future art educator is less financially viable compared to many other career paths, especially for those seeking to rise out of inherited, low income family patterns. These structural obstacles seems overwhelming, However, how might NAEA partner with elementary and high school levels to advocate for the arts-based careers as a major campaign in recruiting diverse and low-resource communities into the field.
Sheryl Brodie
That's great information. Thanks, Dennis.
Eileen Portelance
There is at buzz word in education about "Belonging" that is a school wide initiative. Maybe it is asking students and families what they would like to happening to feel like they "Belong" to a school.
Lisa Borgsdorf
this comment about perception of arts careers is very real. thanks rebecca! i love the idea of a major campaign to raise awareness and recruit diverse and low-resource communities into the field.
Erika White
Thank you and the committee. I look forward to being involved in this very important work.
Jim Daniels
Amen to that
Lisa Borgsdorf
double amen
lea Basile-Lazarus
Totally agree
Brooke Hutchison
Thank you, Wanda!!!
Jim Daniels
Thank you Dr. Knight. We value your work and insight.
Lisa Borgsdorf
Huge thanks to Dr. Knight! and NAEA for hosting.
Julie Van Dewark
Thank you for this work….I am inspired to take this back to my classroom practice and diversity /equity committee at our teacher’s assoc.
cheri ehrlich
Thank you, Wanda. I’ve tuned in with my Intro to Art Education at Southern CT State. There are 15 of us! This was a great webinar at the start of the semester and their career in art ed!
rebecca rohloff
Thank you Dr. Knight. Yes! We are daring for something quite worthy!
lea Basile-Lazarus
I have goosebumps! Bravo!