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Influences of a Visual and Performing Arts-Integrated Social Studies Unit for Students with Learning Disabilities

Tuesday, February 12, 2019, 3 PM to 4 PM ET

This webinar, led by Alida Anderson, will present findings from a collaborative research study involving the use of an arts integrated drama and visual arts ‘academic club’ approach with students in upper elementary grades with learning disabilities. Attendees will hear about the academic club intervention method and the research methods used, as well as the student outcomes and research evidence gleaned from the study. Register: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_f3T2K2dYQxaL1pxdkmCVlA

Drumming for Students with Disabilities

Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 3 PM to 4PM ET

Students with disabilities face unique struggles that their typically developing peers do not always experience. In this webinar, led by Jonathan Mande, will focus on how drumming can help overcome difficulties inside and outside of the classroom. Through drumming, students learn how to center themselves, develop leadership skills and self-confidence, and act as a member of a team. Register: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_qJ9yWwQbTDSmvAyOuxEI3Q


Registration is FREE for all VSA webinars. If you are unable to attend the live webinar, by registering you will automatically receive a link to a recording following its completion. 

All webinars are closed captioned. If you require an accessibility accommodation or have questions about accommodations, please contact the Kennedy Center Office of VSA and Accessibility at access@kennedy-center.org or (202) 416-8727.


Details

Organization/Company: Kennedy Center Office of VSA and Accessibility
Website: http://www.kennedy-center.org/
Location: Online
Deadline: February 12, March 12, 2019
How to Apply: Registration is FREE for all VSA webinars. If you are unable to attend the live webinar, by registering you will automatically receive a link to a recording following its completion.

All webinars are closed captioned. If you require an accessibility accommodation or have questions about accommodations, please contact the Kennedy Center Office of VSA and Accessibility at access@kennedy-center.org or (202) 416-8727.