Supervision and Administration Column: Feb/Mar 2022

NAEA News Feb/Mar 2022

The columns for this issue of NAEA News were written prior to the 2022 National Convention. As such, you may find information about Convention sessions and references to past occurrences in the future tense.

Greetings Art Education Leaders,

In order to help you navigate and plan for your NAEA Convention attendance, below are sessions we have designed specifically for you:

Highlighted Onsite Conference Sessions Designed Specifically for Supervision and Administration Division:

Media Arts for School Leaders: Launching Media Arts Learning for Long-Lasting Impact on All Students
Saturday, March 5, 2022 | 12:00 pm–12:50 pm
Hilton/Gramercy West/2nd Floor

Advance your understanding of how to establish quality media arts programs! Gain successful strategies, used by schools from across the country, who are igniting transformative media arts learning in dynamic ways. Learn how to successfully advocate for and implement strategies for bolstering media arts in your school!
Presenters: Jeremy Holien, Nelle Stokes, and Michele Nelson

Conversations With Colleagues
Saturday, March 5, 2022 | 8:00 am–9:20 am
Hilton/Concourse E/Lower Level

Challenges and constraints are heavy on school leadership during these times, but strong art education programs support every student for success. Come engage in professional discussions that will foster a wealth of ideas to bring back to jump-start your leadership within your schools!
Presenters: Michele Agosto, Janice Bettiga, Laura Grundler, Jeremy Holien, and Trinity Villanueva

Current Topics and Research in Supervision and Administration
Thursday, March 3, 2022 | 11:00 am–11:50 am

Are you an art supervisor looking to discuss hot topics and research in our field? Join us as we discuss technology, curriculum mapping/planning, and providing an equitable and just learning environment for all. Let’s share!
Presenters: Michele Agosto, Jeremy Holien, Penny Freeland, Trinity Villanueva, Elizabeth Stuart Whitehead

We look forward to seeing you either in person or virtually for the sessions! Join us!

Jeremy Holien, Division Director
State Visual & Media Arts Education Specialist, Perpich Center for Arts Education, Golden Valley, MN. Tel: 651-491-3506.

Trinity Villanueva, Program Manager/Department Head, Arts Integration & Culture, Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School, Washington, DC.

Regional Directors:
Eastern: Michele Agosto,
Southeastern: Penny Freeland,
Western: Laura Grundler,
Pacific: Janice Bettiga,

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