The Many Ways to Move Through the Curriculum with Harlan Brownlee—Kennedy Center Workshop
Thursday, September 29, 2022 at 4:30 PM
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September 29, 2022 @ 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
The Mansfield Partners in Education Team, comprised of the Renaissance Performing Arts Association, the Mansfield Art Center, and Mansfield City Schools, will host a three-hour professional development workshop on arts integration for middle grades educators (most beneficial for those teaching students in grades 2-8), and administrators on Thursday, September 29, 2022. The workshop will take place from 4:30–7:30 PM, on stage at the Renaissance Theatre, located at 138 Park Avenue West in Mansfield, Ohio. The workshop is an in-person session and will be led by teaching artist, Harlan Brownlee. The registration fee of $125 for the workshop has been covered for all participants through the generous support of the Ohio Arts Council and Charles P. Hahn, CFP, and the Key Bank Foundation.
Dance is not one thing. It is many. There are multiple ways to effectively use it in the classroom as an instructional approach depending on your learning objectives and placement within a unit of study. Focus 5 and Kennedy Center Teaching Artist, Harlan Brownlee, draws upon his 38 years of teaching experience to guide participants in a series of participatory movement-based structures designed to integrate into daily lesson plans and increase instructional effectiveness. Educators are invited to dress comfortably to best explore this toolbox of movement strategies and leave with the knowledge of when and why to use them in order to get your students moving through the curriculum!
Registration is available at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-many-ways-to-move-through-the-curriculum-with-harlan-brownlee-tickets-414457873657 Contact hour verification for CEUs is available for participants. For more information, call 419-522-2726 ext. 212 or email [email protected].
About Our Teaching Artist
Harlan Brownlee understands the transformational power that the arts have to improve the quality of life for individuals and the community. He possesses a passion for the arts, guided by a disciplined approach to change. Brownlee has worked for 37 years in the arts education field as a performing artist, teaching artist, and an arts administrator.
Mr. Brownlee joined the Focus 5 team in 2019 and is on the Kennedy Center’s national touring roster for the Partners in Education program and the Changing Education Through the Arts program. He has conducted master classes, workshops, and residencies extensively in the Midwest and throughout the United States. Harlan was chosen as a presenter for Project Lead the Way’s National Conferences 2018 and 2019 and was awarded a 2019 Young Audiences National Residency Teaching Artist Credential.
In addition, he has designed and implemented hundreds of lesson plans in over 35 years of instructing a weekly class at Community School #1 that integrated dance and movement into the general curriculum with an emphasis on the subject areas of science and literacy. Harlan has been an adjunct professor for Rockhurst University’s School of Education and the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Education.
Mr. Brownlee received his BFA from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he was educated as a dancer and choreographer. His performance background includes work for 13 years as one of the Artistic Co-Directors with City in Motion Dance Theater in Kansas City, Missouri. Mr. Brownlee received his MA in Educational Research and Psychology from the University of Missouri – Kansas City and is a past Associate Editor for the Teaching Artist Journal.
Ohio Arts Council
Charles P. Hahn, CFP
Meals Provided by Doc's Deli