Visual Arts Integration Workshop with
Erinne Roundy, WSU and North Davis Preparatory Academy and
Maele Shakespear, Mountain View Elementary
This workshop will focus on exploring the concept of identity through self-portraiture. We will take you through two separate lesson plans – one will center on grades K-2 and the other will be built around grades 3-6. We will also demonstrate how you can easily integrate visual art to reinforce curriculum concepts in your classroom.
USBE relicensure hours available for licensed educators.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! (Registration will begin on Monday, January 8, 2018)
When: Thursday, March 1, 2018 from 4:45 – 6:45 pm (Sign-in from 4:15 – 4:40 pm; light snacks will be provided)
Where: Weber State University, Davis Campus in Layton, 2750 University Park Boulevard, Layton UT 84041
About the presenters
Erinne Roundy, Arts Foundation Teacher, North Davis Preparatory Academy and WSU Arts Learning Collaborative Program Assistant
From the moment Erinne could pick up a writing utensil (which I’m sure was a black Pilot G2 pen) she has been doodling and writing in sketchbook after sketchbook after sketchbook after sketchbook… (well, you get the picture). Which is no surprise that when she originally graduated from WSU way back when it was with a BS in Visual Communications/Design and she was pretty content with this career choice until her own kids started school. It was then that she realized how much she really enjoyed the educational atmosphere of young minds and wanted to be surrounded by them all the time so she decided to get her secondary teaching license. Currently she is in her 6th year teaching junior high Art Foundations at NDPA, a K-12 Spanish Immersion charter school in Layton as well as working with Tamara Goldbogen, BTS Endowed Chair for Arts Learning at WSU as the Arts Learning Collaborative’s Program Assistant.
Maele Shakespear, BTSALP Visual Arts Specialist, Mountain View Elementary
Maele Shakespear is an art educator and advocate of arts education that has taught at the elementary, secondary, and post-secondary levels. She earned her Bachelors degree from Brigham Young University in Art Education and a Masters degree from The University of Hawaii at Manoa in Curriculum Studies with an emphasis in Art Education and Asian Art History. Currently she teaches visual art as a BTSALP specialist at Mountain View Elementary in Brigham City, Utah.
Parking on campus in any lot designated with an A or W is free after 4:00 PM.