MONMOUTH ARTS PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR EDUCATORS TO IMPROVE THEIR CLASSROOMS AND GROW PROFESSIONALLY
Foster your personal learning and better engage your students by developing arts education programs in your school, participating in online webinars, attending workshops & conferences, and by joining us at Monmouth Arts' student-focused programs.
Americans for the Arts – your national arts advocacy organization! Leading our nation in arts advocacy, current legislation, news and research. Incredible resources here!
Arts Education Navigator Advocacy Tool – With over 300 contributors and over 175 partner organizations, the Arts Education Navigator is your connection to the tools and resources you need to make the case for arts education!
ArtPride NJ is your state connection to the arts, highlighting the value of arts to the NJ economy, to NJ education and to the NJ community through events, programs and resources.
International Journal of Education & the Arts - A journal of research and scholarship.
New Jersey Arts Education Partnership – Our leading arts education advocates for ALL youth in the state of New Jersey, “with the mission to provide a unified voice for a diverse group of constituents who agree on the educational benefits and impact of the arts, specifically the contribution they make to student achievement and a civilized, sustainable society.”
National Guild for Community Arts Education – “We foster the creation and development of community arts education organizations by providing research and information resources, professional development, networking opportunities, funding, and advocacy on behalf of the field.”
Teaching Artist Guild – TAG strengthens the field by advocating, honoring, supporting, and convening artists who teach. Visit their website for extensive resources, such as information on training programs, job postings, events, and more.
Arts Ed Now – a statewide campaign to increase active participation in arts education at all schools in New Jersey. Grassroots tools for ALL individuals (students, parents, teachers, principals, Board of Ed, communities, politicians and more) to stay informed and get active! Check it out!
Arts Education Webinars from the National Endowment for the Arts
All types of Live, On-demand and In-the-classroom Webinars from Americans for the Arts!
The Council for Exceptional Children offers Webinars, Workshops and Summits in the area of special education. The organization is active in local, state and federal issues, highlighting their arts advocacy letters earlier this year opposing the ESEA bill for several reasons. This is an excellent website for professional development and also special education news and policy information.
Check out these professional development workshops offered through Young Audiences: