Re-Imagining Education

participants collage“Re-Imagining Education: The Teacher as Social Artist” is a three-day introduction to Social Artistry designed specifically for educators—teachers, administrators and school staff.

We are pleased to announce that the Horace Mann School in the Bronx, NY, will host “Re-Imagining Education: The Teacher as Social Artist” June12-14, 2014. Registration information will be available in early 2014, and a specific link will be posted.  The requested fee is $100 to cover materials and meals. It is to be paid in the form of a check to Horace Mann School at the time of registration.

“Re-Imagining Education: The Teacher as Social Artist”

  • Provides conceptual tools and introduces capacities and practices that enable us to sustain our well-being and to engage our curriculum, our classroom practices and our school communities with new depth and creativity;
  • Celebrates teachers and our role in preparing our students to live meaningful and purposeful lives;
  • Affirms our work in creating a world that works for everyone.

Visit http://www.horacemann.org/page.cfm?p=1980 to see the report on Social Artistry at Horace Mann School or go directly to  http://www.horacemann.org/page.cfm?p=1178 to see the report of the 2012 program held at Horace Mann.

Horace Mann School will host a special internationally focused Re-Imagining Education: The Teacher as Social Artist conference on February 14-16, 2015.

If you want to explore sponsoring “Re-Imagining Education: The Teacher as Social Artist” in your school, district or region write socialartistry.ed@horacemann.org or peggy@jeanhoustonfoundation.org.