Linda Nathan will present on her book When Grit Isn't Enough at the NESSC in Providence, RI.
School design teams from our Innovative School Design Incubator will be sharing their school designs. A limited number of tickets will be available for interested participants. More information about this event is here: artistryandscholarship.org/creative-learning-for-equity-school-design-colloquium.
Location: Harvard Graduate School of Education, Gutman Library
This conversation explores Linda Nathan's book, When Grit Isn’t Enough, which investigates five assumptions that dominate our thinking about education, revealing how these beliefs mask systemic inequity. Participants will gain greater understanding of these assumptions as they have been internalized and manifested in schools and organizations.
What: PSi 2017-2018 Cohort Mid-Year Capstone Consultancy
When: Friday January 19, 2018, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. You are welcome to register to attend, even if you can only be present for part of the day.
Who: 2017-2018 Cohort of the Perrone-Sizer Institute of the Center for Artistry and Scholarship and guests
Why: The Perrone-Sizer Institute for Creative Leadership's 2017-2018 cohort of emerging leaders in education have reached their mid-year point and have identified key questions and challenges arising out of their Capstone Projects—collaborations each of them is developing between a community-based organization and their current workplace to address a common goal. The purpose of this event is to give students the opportunity to present and—with your help—further explore their question/point of inquiry. Using a structured protocol, you will engage in facilitated discussions about the students' work, and students will have the opportunity to think more expansively and deeply about the issues they have identified.
Linda Nathan will present on creative leadership and how it impacts the community at Puelche Frutillar in Chile.
Creativity, Innovation and the Power of Arts in Education: One Path Forward (conference session)
Using examples from prominent educational leaders and her own professional experiences, Linda Nathan argues the importance of arts in education and speaks to the challenges that prevent this kind of instruction from happening.
Linda Nathan will be reading from her new book, When Grit Isn't Enough, on its publication day! Linda will be introduced by Dr. Lee Pelton, President of Emerson College. A discussion moderated by Jackie Jenkins-Scott, president emeritus, Wheelock College, Boston, will follow. Discussants include:
Abdi Ali - Teacher, Mission Hill Elementary School
Anne Clark - Headmaster, Boston Arts Academy
Chris Gabrieli - Chairman, Massachusetts Department of Higher Education
Kevin McCaskill - Headmaster, Madison Park Career and Vocational High School
More information about this event is here. Please note that while the book launch is at capacity, you may request to be put on the waiting list for tickets by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.