Fellowship Opportunity for Classroom Educators to Bring Arts and Creativity into the Classroom

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Do you know an educator looking to find new ways to engage students in learning? The Indiana Arts Commission and Indiana Department of Education have partnered to provide robust training, funding, and a community of experts to inspire and implement creativity-centered innovation in the classroom through a new program, the Indiana Educator Fellowship for Creative Teaching.

Selected Creative Teaching Fellows will gather with their educator peers who are also looking to grow their teaching practice in innovative ways. After exploring what creativity in education can be in theory, all Creative Teaching Fellows will be able to bring a professional, in-person artist residency in their classroom in the Fall semester to see the work in a real classroom setting. 

The deadline to apply to be a part of the Creative Teaching Fellows Cohort is February 22, 2024Learn more about the fellowship and apply to participate.