Conferences

Inclusion
Practices, Partnerships and Possibilities

Friday, October 27, 2017
9:30-4:00
Museum of Jewish Heritage
36 Battery Place
New York, NY

Welcome/Overview
Keynote Address

Heidi Latsky and Jerron Herman, Heidi Latsky Dance
Five Takes on Inclusion, a panel discussion
Lunch* (provided)
Afternoon Breakout Sessions
• Classroom and Behavior Management
• Inclusive Spaces, Inclusion Teaching: What We Can Learn About Inclusion From Community-based Arts Education Partnerships
• The Three Little Pigs: An Exploration of Design
• Toward More Inclusive Collaborations

Final Convening:
Office Hours

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OCTOBER 13, 2017

*There will be vegetarian and kosher options for lunch.


May 2016 – Connecting to Tomorrow – How the Arts Enable
Dr. D., Dr. Joseph Dutkowsky, delivers the keynote – Opening Doors at All Ages – The Arts and People with Disabilities
May 2016 Conference
Connecting to Tomorrow – How the Arts Enable
May 2016 Conference
Connecting to Tomorrow – How the Arts Enable
May 2016 Conference
Connecting to Tomorrow – How the Arts Enable
May 2016 Conference
Connecting to Tomorrow – How the Arts Enable
May 2016 Conference
Connecting to Tomorrow – How the Arts Enable
May 2016 Conference
Connecting to Tomorrow – How the Arts Enable
May 2016 Conference
Connecting to Tomorrow – How the Arts Enable
May 2016 Conference
Connecting to Tomorrow – How the Arts Enable
May 2016 Conference

Our 8th conference was held at the Museum of Jewish Heritage and included panels and workshops.

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May 2015 – Weaving It In – Supporting and Sustaining the Work
Weaving It In – Supporting and Sustaining the Work
May 2015 Conference
Weaving It In – Supporting and Sustaining the Work
May 2015 Conference
Weaving It In – Supporting and Sustaining the Work
May 2015 Conference
Weaving It In – Supporting and Sustaining the Work
May 2015 Conference
Weaving It In – Supporting and Sustaining the Work
May 2015 Conference
Weaving It In – Supporting and Sustaining the Work
May 2015 Conference
Weaving It In – Supporting and Sustaining the Work
May 2015 Conference

Our 7th conference was held at the Museum of Jewish Heritage and included panels and workshops.

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April 2014 – Revealing Capacity: Opening the Inner and Outer World

Our 6th conference was held at the Museum of Jewish Heritage and included a panel and workshops.

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April 2013 – Why Good Work Works: Raising Expectations


Our 5th conference was held at the Museum of Jewish Heritage and included panels, workshops and performances by students.

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April 2012 – Why Good Work Works: Structuring For Value, Implementing For All

On May 4, 2012 we held our 4th annual conference at P94M@PS/IS 276M, Battery Park City School. The day included Panels, Presentations and workshops.
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Lunch was held at the Museum of Jewish Heritage.

April 2011 – Why Good Work Works: Real World Application

The conference was held on April 11th and included panels, workshops and open student rehearsals.

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April 2010 – Why Good Work Works: Values, Obstacles and Bridges

The conference was held on April 26th at the Museum of Arts and Design in Manhattan and included panel discussions and hands on workshops.

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April 2009 – Why Good Work Works: Propelling a Dialogue for Special Education and The Arts

Our first conference was held at the Uris Center at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on April 29th

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