December 5, 2016
Every month, alumni of Tyler's Art Education program return to campus for Early Career Art Teacher meet-ups. These meetings are fun, supportive get-togethers where new teachers can share their experiences in the classroom, present lesson plan ideas, and make connections within the Philadelphia education community. This past week, Tyler's early career art teachers had a chance to visit the Art of Student Teaching exhibition and participate in a workshop led by Michael Catalano (pictured above).
October 13, 2015
Put It All Together: Theme=>Curriculum=>Lesson Plan
Monday, October 26, 4:00-6:30 pm, Bartol Foundation (Friends Center), 1501 Cherry Street
This session will provide lesson planning formats and strategies, and will guide you through the curriculum development process. Learn from real classroom examples to developing a lesson plan and curriculum map specific to your teaching artist discipline and context. Artists from all disciplines are welcome. The session will be facilitated by Wendy Osterweil, a teaching artist, former classroom art teacher, and Associate Professor in Art Education at Tyler School.
November 19, 2013
Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at the Howard Gittis Student Center on the Temple University campus, Dr. Lisa Kay will be participating in the 8th Annual Global Conference: Global Movement, Urbanization & Cultural Dynamics.
Dr. Kay was awarded a Fulbright Teaching and Research Grant in 2011 to Hungary titled, Bridging Borders: Art Education, Art Therapy and Qualitative Inquiry, where she was affiliated with two host universities, Moholy Nagy University of Art and Design and ELTE University. Lisa’s interest in narrative story telling - that encourages personal reflection, self knowledge, and healing in the context of making art - is evidenced in selection of focus for her Fulbright, in her devotion to art education and art therapy and certainly in her own art.
September 18, 2013
Dr. Lisa Kay was interviewed for a piece in the September 3rd edition of The Temple News concerning the status of public education in Philadelphia School District. In the article by Alexa Bricker, Dr. Kay emphasized the relationship between Tyler's Art Education and Community Arts Practices and the urban schools that help train Tyler students during their student teaching and internships.
The Temple News