Friday, June 26 | 3:30-4:15pm Fine Arts Session Recording How are we doing as CCE Arts Educators as we send one class after another out into the world with one of our diplomas? In this panel discussion, we will take a sober and hopeful look at our “product,” and consider such questions as: What kind of student of the Arts do we want to send… Read More »What We Desire For Our Graduates
Friday, June 26 | 2:30-3:15pm Fine Arts Session Recording This conference, daily routines, summer plans — and teaching in the Arts this fall: all these have been massively upended by the COVID pandemic. What are we to do as teachers of some of the most embodied, real-time, shared-space, living, breathing classes in the curriculum? This patio session will be a forum for idea-sharing as we… Read More »Ideas for Effective Arts Teaching Under COVID-19 Realities
Friday, June 26 | 11:30-12:15pm Fine Arts Session Recording Should music instruction in a classical school look different from its counterpart in progressive public schools? The ancients believed that music was an important aspect of a free man’s education. In the Reformation of the sixteenth century, music was specially regarded as a vehicle for Christian formation and was taught accordingly. Music education in American public… Read More »Teaching Music Classically: What Does This Mean?
Thursday, June 25 | 11:30-12:15pm Fine Arts Session Recording Music is a language with its own unique grammar and history. How can a grammar school teacher at a small school teach this language effectively in a few short classes a week? How does a choir director develop a top-notch vocal program with small numbers and varying levels of ability? Come and find out how two… Read More »Music is Core, Especially in Small Schools