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CE Winter/Spring 2017 Courses are now LIVE!

UArts 2017 Winter/Spring CE Brochure Cover

UArts 2017 Winter/Spring CE Brochure Cover

Classes start Monday, January 30th! 

Our Winter/Spring 2017 courses are officially open for registration! Classes start on Monday, January 30th - and we can't wait to see you there. 

Check out some of our exciting offerings!

 

  • Web Design I (*First course in our new Web Design Essentials cert) 
    Begin to build skills in the tools and languages used on the web; process images for use on the web; learn the roles of HTML, CSS and Javascript. 
    InstructorMalcolm McAtee
     
  • Overview of Social Media Marketing (*First course in our new Social Media Marketing cert)
    Interactive social media tools are examined, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, Pinterest, LinkedIn, mobile apps and blogging.
    InstructorJessica Meeder
     
  • Experimental Photography
    You will explore four alternative photographic processes, including Cyanotype, Van dyke brown, encaustic medium over photographs, and transferring digital images on alternative surfaces.
    InstructorSandra Davis
     
  • Letterpress Printmaking
    Letterpress printing is ideal for creating broadsides, posters, books, cards, personalized letterhead and more. Using the University’s wide array of lead and wood type and engraved imagery, you will explore composition, typography, and color.
    InstructorMarisha Simons
     

Visit us here for a full list of Winter/Spring 2017 CE courses and information about our certificate programs. Call us at 215-717-6006 with questions or to register over the phone!

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Around Town

Adam Lovitz, CE Instructor

Adam Lovitz, CE Instructor


 

 

 

 

 

Deciding where to head on First Friday? Planning your next gallery hop? Each month, Continuing Education faculty member Adam Lovitz will curate a selection of new and current exhibitions and happenings each month.




 



Adam's Picks:


Fleisher/Ollman Gallery
Person, Place or Thing
Emilia Brintnall, Jonathan Lyndon Chase, Michael Ryan Handley, Morgan Hobbs, Nick Lenker, James Maurelle, Anne Minich, Lisi Raskin, Jaither West, Ashley Wick
Nov 18 - Jan 28, 2017
http://www.fleisher-ollmangallery.com/


Philadelphia Museum of Art
Paint the Revolution: Mexican Modernism, 1910 - 1950
Up thru Jan 8, 2017
http://www.philamuseum.org/exhibitions/840.html


Practice Gallery
All Gems: Emily Snedden Yates
..."Motivations to amass particular objects range from monetary to memorization. The ritual of collecting may provide a sense of security or a definition of one's self..."
Dec 2 - Jan 29, 2017
http://practicegallery.org/


AUTOMAT
ORTEGA y GASSET PROJECTS: Serious Play
Eleanna Anagnos, Joshua Bienko, Clare Britt, Catherine Haggarty, Eric Hibit, Will Hutnick, Leeza Meksin, Sarah Rushford, Zahar Vaks
Dec 2 - Jan 8, 2017
https://www.facebook.com/events/1369452729761755/


To learn more about Adam,
http://cs.uarts.edu/faculty/adam-lovitz
http://www.adamlovitz.com/
 

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In the Spotlight

Our first Continuing Education Variety Show was a smashing success!


In spite of the SEPTA strike, we had the most lovely evening for our very first Continuing Education Variety Show. On November 2 our brave Continuing Education students took to the cabaret stage with Creative Writing faculty, Ken Bingham as a masterful master of ceremonies. We were treated to readings, performance and other delights presented by our talented students, faculty and friends.

 

What a hoot it was!

 

The performances included a series of hot, hot, hot tap dance numbers, a Russian pop song from the 60s, jazz and scatting, a heartwarming story about shucking oysters; a fabulously funny reading about Philadelphia trees; a scene from play by a pair of students from Acting Lab, and more.

 

Thank you to everyone for making it a magical night--you are wonderful talented people. I look forward to future collaborations and performances, mark your calendar for April 26 - for our 2nd Continuing Education Variety Show!

 

In community,

Caitlin Perkins

Director of Continuing Education

 
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The Scoop

'Another Time After' Exhibition - Leanne Grimes

'Another Time After' Exhibition - Leanne Grimes



Leanne Elizabeth Grimes, who taught our Watercolor course this fall is part of a three person exhibition, Another Time After, at NO. 4 Studio in Brooklyn, NY. A show celebrating love, friendship, and some bad ass paintings!
 


Another Time After
No.4 Studio

Opening Reception: Friday, December 9th 6 - 9 pm

361 Stagg Street #204
Brooklyn, NY 11206

Leanne Elizabeth Grimes
http://leannegrimes.com

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Congratulations, Cate Cooney!

Cate Cooney - Program Coordinator

Cate Cooney - Program Coordinator

Congratulations, Cate Cooney!

 

PIE + MEd congratulates Cate Cooney, Program Coordinator, Teaching with Primary Sources Program, on her highly acclaimed webinar, Analyzing Photographs from the Library of Congress Collection, presented as part of the Library of Congress' Online Conference on October 25.



 

Check out Cate's webinar HERE, and you will:

-become familiar with UArts' online guide to photographic images
-explore photographic primary source materials
-get introduced to the Library of Congress' Analysis Tool
-build visual literacy skills through images
 
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Got Tech?

Scott Duggan

Scott Duggan

Our Ever-Popular Scott Duggan 'Gets Tech!'

Join Scott for Our Winter/Spring Offerings:



  • Web Based Lessons + Resources for Teachers
    While just about all K-12 classroom teachers use or are looking to use web-based content, where do you find the most effective educational resources? How do you engage in web-based active learning? How do you incorporate web-based skills into your lessons? Learn to design web pages and access/use a wide variety of web-based tools.

     
  • Integrating iPad Technology Into Today's K-12 Classroom
    Discover the ways in which ever-evolving iPad technology can meet your students where they are. Discover and use apps to unlock vast content, and to design and develop grade-appropriate lessons across grade levels and content areas.

     
  • Google Apps for Education, Advanced
    Do you use Google Apps for Education, and want to know more? Get more advanced with Docs, Sheets, Sites, and Hangouts, and explore other apps, eg., Google Classroom, Google Expeditions, Communities, Programs, and other resources for your classroom.
     


See our full course catalog HERE for more details.

Ready to register? Online at cs.uarts.edu/pie or call the Continuing Studies office at 215.717.6006.

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3-D Projects for the Classroom: Ceramics - Throwing

James Pastore - Work Sample

James Pastore - Work Sample

Join James in January for Ceramics Throwing!


In 3-D Projects for the Classroom: Ceramics - Throwing with James Pastore, we will explore both traditional and experimental throwing techniques to make functional and sculptural ceramic objects. Students will deepen skills, improve competencies in conceptualizing and working three-dimensionally, and will incorporate new methods to encourage craftsmanship in their own students. Take these amazing skills and experience back to your classroom.


James Pastore holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. James is a utilitarian potter and has taught at numerous art centers throughout the country, previously having worked at the Clay Studio of Philadelphia. He is currently the Director of Program Operations of GoggleWorks Center for the Arts in Reading , PA. 


See our full course catalog HERE for more details.

Ready to register? Online at cs.uarts.edu/pie or call the Continuing Studies office at 215.717.6006.

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Come party with Digitability on November 30!

Digitability Debut Party - November 30th


PIE + MEd faculty and founder of Autism Expressed Michele McKeone is hosting a debut party for her newest venture, Digitability,  on Wednesday November 30 at 6PM.

Digitability teaches digital literacy to individuals with disabilities to promote inclusion in the workforce. Michele is inviting friends and colleagues to help celebrate- check out her amazing feature story: http://ow.ly/NACm306aioY.
 
 
    • Michele McKeone Headshot
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Thanks for coming to our CE Variety Show!

Emma Hobson (center) - Reading from Aww Shucks or How to Shuck and Oyster as Told Through Memories

Emma Hobson (center) - Reading from Aww Shucks or How to Shuck and Oyster as Told Through Memories

Thank you to everyone who came out for our CE Variety Show last Wednesday! We were so thrilled to see the many talents of our incredible students.


Performances included...

 
 

Singing performances by Vocal Lab students and their instructor Mary Desmond with accompianist Tom Lawton on piano. 
 
Singer: Taneasha Ratchford
Accompaniest: Tom Lawton
Song: Nel cor piu non mi sento by Giovanni Paisiello
 
Singer: Mary Desmond
Accompanist: Tom Lawton
Song: September in the Rain
 
Singer: Andrey Pak 
Accompaniest: Tom Lawton
Song: Kak jal, no ty segodnya ne so mnoy
 
Tap performances by instructor Corinne Karon and students from Classical Tap
 
Performance of an act from “Extreme Mercy” written by Acting Lab students Robin Welde, Margery Wood,  who were joined by Stephanie Sheehan for the performance. 
Instructor: Rosey Hay
 
Readings by:
 
Reading by Carol Shepherd, from “Kernicterus.”
Class: Creative Writing
Instructor: Ken Bingham
    
Reading by Jon Glynn, from “The Philadelphia Understory”
Class: Creative Writing
Instructor: Ken Bingham
 
Reading by Emma Hobson, from “Aww Shucks (Or How to Shuck and Oyster as told through Memories)”
Class: Food Writing
Instructor: Andrea Calabretta
 
In addition guest performers included 
Performer: Caitlin Perkins
reading an Ode to the Sea Serpent
 
Performer: Katarina Kapetanakis
Guest Artist: Folk Guitar
Piece: “Quentin’s Song” & “Distance”
 
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How Much Media for Preschoolers?

American-Academy of Pediatrics Shifts Media Recommendations for Young Children


In a marked shift from recommendations first adopted in 1999, the American Academy of Pediatrics has lifted its recommendation discouraging all electronic media use in children under the age of 2.
 

The new recommendations for children's media use acknowledge that some media exposure can have educational value for children as young as 18 months, but it should be high-quality programming -- the AAP specifically referenced Sesame Street, and other PBS programming. The report encourages parents to watch programs with their children, rather than use television as a 'babysitter' for infants and toddlers. Families should still prioritize "unplugged" playtime for young children, the AAP said. For children <18 months, media use is still discouraged other than video-chatting.


The report also offers recommendations on the use of e-books.


Source: "Media and Young Minds" By: SAMUELS, CHRISTINA A. Education Week. 10/26/2016, Vol. 36 Issue 10, p 5-5. 1/8p.
 

See our full course catalog HERE for more details.

Ready to register? Online at cs.uarts.edu/pie or call the Continuing Studies office at 215.717.6006.
 

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Our 2017 CE Winter/Spring Brochures are coming!

UArts 2017 Winter/Spring CE Brochure Cover

UArts 2017 Winter/Spring CE Brochure Cover

...And they're coming fast!

Our 2017 CE Winter/Spring Brochures will be hitting mailboxes in early December, and courses will be online and open for registration by mid-November! 

Classes officially begin the first week of February 2017, and can't wait to see you there! To join our CE mailing list, visit us here.

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Around Town

Circa 1995, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery

Circa 1995, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery


 

 

 

 

 

Deciding where to head on First Friday? Planning your next gallery hop? Each month, Continuing Education faculty member Adam Lovitz will curate a selection of new and current exhibitions and happenings each month.




 



Adam's Picks:


 

Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery of The University of the Arts 
Circa 1995
Tristin Lowe, Virgil Marti, Michael Macfeat,
Eileen Neff, Stuart Netsky, and Jennie Shanker
Oct 17 - Nov 16
http://www.uarts.edu/events/2016/10/circa-1995


Locks Gallery
The Space Between Lines
Sol LeWitt, Ralph Humphrey, Thomas Chimes, Warren Rohrer, Sean Scully, Lee Ufan, Pat Steir
Oct 12 - Nov 17
http://www.locksgallery.com/exhibitions/the-space-between-lines


Vox Populi
Trim Tab
Kelsey Halliday Johnson
Nov 4 - Dec 18
http://voxpopuligallery.org/exhibitions/kelsey-halliday-johnson-trim-tab/


Kamihira 
Noon.gallery (image below)
Sinead Cahill, Mariel Capanna, Micah Danges, Adam Lovitz, John Mitchell, Thomas Pontone
Nov 6 /  Noon to Sunset  / 2527 Frankford
https://www.facebook.com/events/1738588203069483/?notif_t=plan_user_invited¬if_id=1476905398711337


To learn more about Adam,
http://cs.uarts.edu/faculty/adam-lovitz
http://www.adamlovitz.com/

    • Kamihira Presents: Noon.gallery
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Student Profile: Magali Roman

Magali Roman, CE Student

Magali Roman, CE Student

CE Program Director Caitlin Perkins sat down with Continuing Education student Magali Roman about her experience in our Effective Writing for Digital Content course and how she was able to transfer that into her profession as copywriter and content manager at Rikumo.
 

What’s your profession?

I'm a copywriter and content manager at Rikumo, a Japanese home decor and lifestyle brand based in Philadelphia.  It's a small company so we all do a lot of different things, but I work in the marketing team to develop our voice and make sure our brand's story is communicated in the best possible way. I also run our blog and help plan monthly store events.


You took the Effective Writing for Digital Content this past summer, I was lucky enough to see your student presentation walking through the project where you focused on new pages for Rikumo's Miami store. Can you elaborate on your project?

Our assignment was to create a digital campaign of any kind, choosing a client and creating an digital identity for that brand (making a website, creating social media accounts, etc.). At the time Rikumo was looking to open a second store in Miami, so I thought it'd be a good chance to kill two birds with one stone and make a digital campaign I could eventually use at the office. For my final project I created a website for our second store, wrote a bunch of copy, and developed an ad campaign to promote our store opening. Even though Rikumo chose not to move forward with that project in the end, it was great practice for promoting a future store opening!
 

What were your takeaways from the class?

Honestly, I learned that writing copy is, like, 25% of digital copywriting. That's a big percentage of it, of course, but it's also developing content, event-planning, and a surprising amount of psychology. It's important to understand your customer's perspective and what they want to see from your company. The internet is open to pretty much everyone (as opposed to the people who have to physically visit a store), so when you're creating digital campaigns you're essentially shaping the personality and identity of your brand, which is so exciting!


Can you describe your favorite tip you learned?

Staying super realistic, putting yourself in the mindset of a reader, and trusting your instincts are the three things that ultimately differentiate a good writer from a mediocre one. I would constantly ask myself if I, as a consumer, would be convinced by what I was writing, and try to respond as honestly as possible. Readers are really smart, and the constant slew of clickbait we read through every day on Facebook and Buzzfeed has built this kind of filter within all of us. It's left us with short attention spans for anything that's not 100% clear and understandable within the first 140 characters. I'm a pretty opinionated person, so using myself as a filter was essential. If I wasn't convinced by something I wrote, I couldn't really expect anyone else to, right?


How does writing for web differs from writing for print, based on your experience in the class?

I think you have a lot fewer chances to get someone's attention on the internet. When people read print, most of the time they're making a commitment to finish reading the paragraph. In the internet there are ten open tabs that are all vying for your attention. This means that you have to be 10 times more careful with how you fragment and craft a sentence, because everyone's too rushed to read anything too carefully. A single word can make a huge difference on intriguing or confusing a reader. Make your copy as short, clear, and un-frilly as possible. Avoid adverbs.  And avoid the temptation to write clickbait, which is cheap and just makes people angry in the long run.
 

What surprised you about this course content?

I was dreading the ad writing assignments, because I have a few friends who work in advertising and coming up with a brilliant ad with less than 10 words always seemed like a super stressful thing to do. But once I tried my hand at it, I ended up coming up with a lot more ideas than I thought I would. I think this class was great at unlocking potential I never knew I had, because it gave me the chance to try assignments I just hadn't had the chance to try before. I majored in English and History, so my background before my current job was mainly academic. I think it's just a matter of getting a project and seeing what you can do, and getting the feedback you need to incorporate those lessons into your day job. It's also really nice to use the classroom as a test-run for any ideas you have before suggesting them at work.

Do you have any Social Media handles that you would like us to link to, or share?

I run our Twitter account, which is @rikumojapanOur creative team runs the instagram account, which i'll sometimes contribute a few stories to: @rikumo

I feel like my LinkedIn is kind of lame but here it is! www.linkedin.com/in/magali-roman
 

If you would like to learn more about Rikumo or read more by Magali you can visit the Rikumo online store (www.rikumo.com). She also runs the store’s blog, Rikumo Journal (journal.rikumo.com) where they talk about Japanese culture, design, craft history, anything that's inspiring us behind the scenes. You can visit Rikumo, their concept store at 1216 Walnut (between 12th and 13th st.)

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The Scoop

Photo Credit: David Kappler

Photo Credit: David Kappler

Congratulations to UArts faculty Rosey Hay for the rave reviews of REV Theatre Company's DEATH IS A CABARET OL’ CHUM: A GRAVEYARD CABARET.
 

Rosey teaches the Continuing Education Acting Lab course. Check out some of the great reviews from her production down below - the DC Metro named it a 'Best of the Fringe' this year!

http://dcmetrotheaterarts.com/2016/09/27/review-2016-philadelphia-fringe-festival-review-rev-death-cabaret-ol-chum/


http://phindie.com/13309-death-is-a-cabaret-ol-chum-a-graveyard-cabaret-rev-theatre-company-2016-fringe-review/


REV Theater - YouTube video promo: https://youtu.be/bpukqXo0Zpo

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In the Spotlight

Michael Aronovitz, Writer + Instructor

Michael Aronovitz, Writer + Instructor

In the Spotlight with Michael Aronovitz


Short stories are adventures, especially when we write them ourselves. In order to create tales that mystify, enrich, enliven, and entertain, we have constructed a village of artists that workshop ideas and techniques in a class that is interactive and ultimately engaging. As the instructor, I have been given the opportunity to showcase some of the wonderful and diverse stories that have been developed in the given five week sessions we have enjoyed here at the University of the Arts over the last year. The component of this that brings me the most pride is the polish of the given stories, achieved in such a short time span through what is an obvious love of writing and a clear classroom community focus on detail and aesthetics. In other words, we helped each other write some awesome stories!
 

Here are a selection of short stories submitted by my students from the Writing the Short Story course this past summer. Click the red title to open a PDF version of the story to read.
 

Muddy Knees by Chris Porter, 2016
A strange inside view of the homeless through a lens of biting poetic irony.
 

The Sisters by Rachel Brody, 2016
A potent sense of familiarity as we are brought into a familial relationship rich with deep sensitivity and razor-edged truth.


Wring by Edwin Haigh, 2016
A fierce, atmospheric and timeless sense of disequilibrium and a new definition of "monster" and "other."


Saying Yes by Samantha Andreacchi, 2016
A psychological journey through which relationships between the elderly and their caregivers are redefined. Brilliant and harsh. Raw and illuminating.
 

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Digging into Student Thinking

New Technology Captures the Learning Process


Standardized tests are a staple in classrooms across the country, but they don't give teachers much information to improve student learning strategies. That's changing.
 

"It's one thing to know the answer to a question, but it's another to pull together information about the process a student goes through to get to that answer," said Peggy G. Carr, acting commissioner for the National Center for Education Statistics, which administers the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP).


The upcoming NAEP in math, reading, and writing (grades 4 + 8) uses new technology to target 'process data'- or traces a student leaves as s/he progresses through an assessment- to give teachers a better picture of how to support learning.
 

Process data include: 1) what a student does, 2) in what order does s/he do it, 3) how long it takes to do it.
 

Within a few years, researchers believe computer-based assessments will be designed to include eye-tracking, clickstream, and keystroke programs (to capture typing patterns/pauses), among other tools.


In a forthcoming study of NAEP writing, the Educational Testing Service (ETS) found differences in how boys and girls approached essay questions. Girls edited more (e.g., word choice, cutting + pasting), and took fewer pauses to plan the next sentence . In a separate study, ETS found that students with a history of performing poorly on reading tests did better when prompted to write a summary of a reading passage before answering multiple-choice questions on the content.


These data will help teachers identify the root of the issue: did the student encounter structural problems? Misunderstand the question? Become distracted by irrelevant information?
 

Thoughts about technology and the learning process?  Tweet us at @UArts_PIE_MEd and include our hashtag: #uartsinnovate


See our full course catalog HERE for more details.

Ready to register? Online at cs.uarts.edu/pie or call the Continuing Studies office at 215.717.6006.
 

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The Classroom in the Digital Age

Making Learning Customized


Our Ed Tech curriculum empowers K-12 teachers to optimize technology in today's classroom.

  • Leadership in Educational Technology
    Have you ever been approached as a tech resource in the classroom? Have you ever been asked to deliver a tech training? Do you see yourself as a potential tech lead at your school? You will leave this course with the ability to design and deliver technology direction and optimize digital learning environments within the classroom and to your school or District.
    InstructorJoseph Bires
     
  • Blended + Flipped Learning: What is it All About?
    Explore multiple ways to comfortably and appropriately balance classroom time and at-home time with blended and flipped models. We will experiment with flipped practices using free classroom resources. Learn how to flip learning in any environment, even with limited online access and/or limited devices. 
    InstructorScott Duggan
     
  • Using BYOD as Mindtools
    Does your school or District have a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy, but you'd like to know more about how to implement within your own classroom? Immerse yourself in collaborative lesson designs using a multitude of devices that students bring to explore in class.
    InstructorJoseph Bires


See our full course catalog HERE for more details.

Ready to register? Online at cs.uarts.edu/pie or call the Continuing Studies office at 215.717.6006.
 

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Faculty Spotlight: Matt Duvall

Matt Duvall PIE Faculty

Matt Duvall PIE Faculty

Matt Duval knows the impact of technology. 
 

Matt Duvall is a curriculum designer, teacher, and doctoral candidate, whose dissertation is on the impact of technology on academic literacy practices. Matt's work focuses on STEM education, with an emphasis on the 'T' (technology). He has designed secondary ed curriculum, and has been a high school teacher in both public and private schools.  He is also an application developer and a software developer.  Matt holds a PA Business/ Computers certification (K-12) and an English certification (7-12) . He holds teaching positions at Drexel and at Gratz College. Matt has presented at national conferences and has published both academic and popular fiction writing.
 


Matt teaches in our MEd in Educational Technology Program.  Matt's courses ETEC 602 Differentiated Instruction Using Educational Technology and ETEC 603 Ethics in Educational Technology. Check out the abstracts to his upcoming publications.  Congratulations, Matt!  
 

Duvall, N., & Duvall, M. (2016). Writing, social technology, and creativity: Analyzing how technology can influence student creativity in writing. Paper to be presented at the 2016 International Conference on Urban Education, San Juan, Puerto Rico. 

https://www.academia.edu/28947017/Writing_Social_Technology_and_Creativity_Analyzing_How_Technology_Can_Influence_Student_Creativity_in_Writing

Duvall, N., & Duvall, M. (2016). Developing customized software for classroom interventions. Poster to be presented at the 2016 NERA Annual Conference, Connecticut. 

https://www.academia.edu/28946993/Developing_Customized_Software_for_Classroom_Interventions

Duvall, M. (2016). Repurposing commercial technology for classroom use: A case study using Goodreads. Paper to be presented at the 2016 NERA Annual Conference, Connecticut.

https://www.academia.edu/28946950/Repurposing_Commercial_Technology_For_Classroom_Use_A_Case_Study_Using_Goodreads
 
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Introducing our PIE/MEd Course Catalogue!

PIE/MEd Course Catalogue, 2016 - 2017

PIE/MEd Course Catalogue, 2016 - 2017

PIE/MEd Course Catalogue, 2016 - 2017 


Check out our comprehensive catalogue of all the courses offered in our PIE + MEd programs. This list covers courses in a diverse array of matriculated and non-matriculated courses in The Arts, Educational Technology, Inclusion + Literacy. 

 
 
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Faculty Spotlight: Hinda Schuman

Hinda Schuman, CE Instructor

Hinda Schuman, CE Instructor


Hinda Schuman, photographer and UArts Continuing Education Faculty, is participating in the Philadelphia Open Studio Tour this weekend. She will be sharing new work including documentary story telling and still life images.
 

No Need to RSVP— her studio will be open from noon to 6 p.m. on both days. She looks forward to sharing what she has been working on and as an opportunity for many to see her new studio along with the great work being done by the other artists in the area.



Studio Location:

3510 Scotts Lane

Building 32 Studio #101

Philadelphia PA 19129

215.313.3119


Free parking, studio is located on several bus routes; studio is a 15 min walk from East Falls Regional Rail Stop.


Philadelphia Open Studio Tours, a program of The Center for Emerging Visual Artists, is the largest tour of artist studios and creative workspaces in the region and one of the premier open studio tour events in the country.


2016 POST Schedule:

October 8 & 9: Studios West of Broad Street open to the public

October 22 & 23: Studios East of Broad Street open to the public

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