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Maine Arts Assessment Initiative Webinar

June 6, 2014

Last webinar of the series

IMG_3708Catherine Ring will be hosting the last in a series of webinars with Rob Westerberg  as part of the Maine Arts Assessment Initiative (MAAI).  The webinar entitled The Resource Bank: Standards-Based Units by Arts Educators will take place on Wednesday, June 11,  2014 from 3:30 – 4:30. Primary discussions will be based around:

  • What is the Research Bank?
  • History, Process, Challenges
  • The Role of Critical Friends
  • Ensuring Quality
  • Sneak Peak at the Units
  • How the Resource Bank can be Used
  • The Future – Ongoing and Growing

Engaging participants in dialogue around these topics, and discovering how to both use the Resource Bank and be future contributors to it will be takeaways from this webinar.

Our Guests will include two Teacher Leaders with MAAI, Jake Sturtevant, Music Educator from Bonny Eagle High School and Beth Lambert, Theatre Educator from Carrabec High School. Both Jake and Beth served on the Resource Bank Team this past year, and will be sharing the Standards-Based Units they have designed and contributed to the Resource Bank, providing a “sneak peak” of some of the 12 units designed by six Teacher Leaders on the team.

  • To join the meeting, please click here.
  • Enter as a guest and sign in using your first and last name please.
  • Click enter room.
  • Please be wired and do not use a wireless connect.
  • No telephone is required. (There is no call-in number).

Please join the webinar at 3:20 and go to the top left corner of you screen, click on the drop down menu, Meeting, Audio Setup Wizard and follow the directions to check your audio.

Please click here for more information about the other webinars and the Maine Arts Assessment Initiative.

Please be sure to join them for what promises to be an engaging, insightful hour on the topic that will continue to impact every one of us as arts educators in the state of Maine!


An initiative of the Maine Department of Education with contributing partners: ACTEM (Association of Computer Technology Educators of Maine), MAAE (Maine Alliance for Arts Education), MAEA (Maine Art Education Association), MECA (Maine College of Art), MMEA (Maine Music Educators Association), MLTI (Maine Learning Technology Initiative), New England Institute for Teacher Education, and USM (University of Southern Maine).

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