About the Program
Designed by the Crocker Art Museum to respond to the unique challenges teachers and students are facing, Teacher2Teacher is a professional development and peer networking program for California’s K-12 teachers grounded in arts integration. Ongoing activities are FREE for participants and include virtual arts resources for teachers and students; arts integration support workshops; livestreamed interactive gallery tours; access to California Content Standards-aligned curriculum materials; in-classroom modeling sessions; one-on-one creative coaching opportunities; and more!
Combining individualized and small group activities, Teacher2Teacher supports teachers in all aspects of their professional life – as leaders, learners, and professionals. Within a collaborative learning network, teachers in the program can expect to increase their skills, knowledge, and abilities in arts integration, strengthening their ability to discuss, teach, and do art in the classroom while supporting classroom learning across the curriculum.
Teacher2Teacher is offered through Crocker Art Museum’s School + Teacher Programs, a leading-provider of arts education in the greater-Sacramento area.
About Arts Integration
By emphasizing the connection between the visual arts and the human experience, Teacher2Teacher engage multiple paths to learning and "knowing" while building empathy and cultural competence.
Fifty (50) Title 1 teachers will be selected to participate in 2021 – 2022.
Teacher2Teacher is free for participants thanks to generous support from Kingsley Art Club, Kelly Foundation, and Teichert Foundation.
How to Apply
Questions? Contact Associate Director of Education Mallorie Marsh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Key Dates & Program Schedule
June 1, 2021: Applications open
September – May: Monthly program activities and networking opportunities begin! Activity dates and times will vary to ensure active participation. A full schedule will be provided in July.
June 2022: Program Wrap-up