Registration Open for TAP Summer Series
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, Summer Institute will not be held in its traditional format. Instead, we are offering a series of virtual workshops during July & August. Participants may register for workshops here.
Applications Open for Teaching Artist Project 2020-21
Teaching Artist Project is a collective of diversely experienced arts educators training emerging and working teaching artists who are looking for a supportive community to engage in a self-reflective, justice-oriented learning practice in service of their teaching. The program entails a rigorous, 8-month curriculum, rich in social justice-based pedagogy that also provides supervised on-the-job experience.
The program is a division of Community-Word Project (CWP), a New York City based 501(c)(3) arts-in-education organization that inspires children in underserved communities to read, interpret, and respond to their world and to become active citizens through collaborative arts residencies and teacher training programs. Formerly known as the Teaching Artist Training and Internship Program (TATIP), Teaching Artist Project was the first of its kind and remains today the only comprehensive training program for working Teaching Artists. Teaching Artist Project Alums have gone on to serve over 250,000 students throughout the world.
Through the 8-month long Teaching Artist Project training, participants will:
- Expand teaching through experiential, inquiry and reflection processes
- Investigate social justice education, pedagogies and philosophies
- Explore creative processes and critical thinking
- Implement strategies for classroom management
- Aquire and utilize teaching methods for multiple learning types and levels
- Create collaborative arts lessons
- Build community with artists, teachers and organizations across New York City
- And much more!
You can read all about Teaching Artist Project, Summer Institute, how to apply, the TAP Cohort, customized training for your organization, and much more at the program's website: teachingartistproject.org.
For more information on Teaching Artist Project, contact us at TAP@communitywordproject.org
Pamella AllenTAP Graduate
TAP prepared me to adapt to all kinds of collaborative teaching, as well as gave me the tools to handle challenging situations within the public school system.