2022 Program information
About The 2022 Program
- Teaching Philosophy and Reflective Practice
- The Developmental Continuum and Student Progress
- Music Is Our Superpower: Trauma-Informed Classroom
- Student Engagement: Choice, Leadership and Strategies
- Social Emotional Learning and Classroom Management
- Cultural Equity and Inclusion
- Short and Long-Term Planning for Success
The TATI curriculum framework is designed to ensure Teaching Artists can think critically about the preparation needed to work with students (the what), the execution of this work in the classroom (the how) and the reflection each person must undertake to continue improving their teaching practice, their students’ learning and the cohesion of their home organization at-large. Within the framework, Teaching Artists explore competencies within five domains of learning: Values and Philosophy, Pedagogy and Methodology, Making Space, Student Engagement, Curriculum and Planning.
2022 LAB Lecturers
2022 Discussion facilitators
Monday, January 10
Friday, January 21
LAB 1 Discussion
Monday, January 24
Friday, February 4
LAB 2 Discussion
Monday, February 7
Friday, February 18
LAB 3 Discussion
Monday, February 21
Friday, March 4
LAB 4 Discussion
Monday, March 7
Friday, March 18
LAB 5 Discussion
Monday, April 18
Friday, April 29
LAB 6 Discussion
Monday, May 2
Friday, May 13
LAB 7 Discussion
Monday, May 16
Friday, May 27
LAB 8 Discussion
- Each Teaching Artist must be nominated by an administrator from their current organization.
- Be a current Teaching Artist within an organization for at least 1 school year.
- Demonstrates TATI core values:
- Passionate about social change through music.
- Personal commitment to social justice and anti-racist practices.
- Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills.
- Demonstrated curiosity and eagerness to learn and reflect.
- Proven ability to work collaboratively with colleagues.
- You can commit to the schedule outlined above, including 25 virtual LAB hours from Jan-May 2022.
- Able to complete all LAB program assignments in a timely and thoughtful manner.
Nominations from a Program Administrator should be submitted by Friday, November 19 at 11:59 pm EST.
Applications from Teaching Artists should be submitted by Monday, November 29 at 11:59pm EST.
Tuition for the TATI program is fully-funded by generous private donations. Accepted members are asked to commit to 25 LAB and discussion hours, in addition to personal time implementing and reflecting on topics covered.
Acceptance notifications will be e-mailed on Wednesday, December 13, 2021.
TAs who meet the requirements are encouraged to apply. Lecture times listed above are tentative and will be finalized alongside acceptance decisions. Discussion times will be decided by each discussion facilitator and their group.
Additional questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org