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The Southeast Center for Arts Integration

The Southeast Center for Arts Integration

Inspiring teachers and artists to prepare learners to thrive in the twenty-first century, the Southeast Center for Arts Integration offers professional development for teachers on using the arts in the classroom to teach state standards. We also help teaching artists connect their work to the

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Arts Integration Workshops for Teachers


Program Description

How can I use dance, drama, visual art, media, and/or music in my classroom to teach Math, English Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science? Will it help students learn? What research backs up arts integration as a way of learning? How can I engage students in holistic learning and global thinking? How do I foster 21st century skills? How can I get my students to move in the classroom without


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Program Detail

Program type: Professional Development, Workshop
Artistic Discipline: Dance, Literary Arts, Media, Multi-discipline, Music, Puppetry, Storytelling, Theater, Visual Arts
Cultural Origin: Other
Subject: Dance, English, Language Arts, Literacy, Math, Music, Other, Science, Social Studies / History, Theatre Arts, Visual Arts
Population Served Teachers
Bilingual: No
Available dates:

Most dates after March 25, 2022

Available times:

Agreed on by school planning team and SE Center for Arts Integration.

Length of :Program 90 minutes to 5 days
Space / technical requirements:

Enough room in one space for the entire group (faculty & staff) to move around in. Other spaces for break-out workshops, as needed. A space with tables and chairs where teams can collaborate on lesson planning. Access to the Internet, pacing guides, and state standards for each planning team.


Agreed on by school planning team and SE Center for Arts Integration.

Fees / Ticketing:

Fees are based on the agreed-upon variables, for example:

number of participants: 5-30 participants require one facilitator; 31-60 participants require 2 facilitators; 61-75 participants require 3.

Each facilitator receives $1,300 for a 1-day workshop. There is an additional $800 for administration. We factor in the number of contact hours, travel expenses, printing, supplies, planning time, etc.


NC Standard Course of Study:

The NC SCOS we address in our workshops depend on the planning we do with faculty and administration. If they request a focus on ELA and/or Math Standards, we design the workshops around them. If they request a Literacy focus, we design the workshop to integrate the arts with Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, Foundations, Literacy, etc., of English Language Arts standards. We can incorporate Dance, Visual Arts, Music, and/or Theatre Arts. We also can teach collaboration, creative thinking, critical thinking, and global cultures through the arts, not to mention SEL.

NC Essential Standards:

The Essential Standards we address depend on the planning we do with faculty and administration. If they request a focus on STEM, for example, we design the workshops to incorporate the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math with Arts–STEAM. We can also focus on PE, Health, Guidance, Social and Emotional Learning, and/or Social Studies. And for whole-school faculty, we can address school climate, collaboration, creative thinking, critical thinking, and communication.


Conducts educational programming for 2 or more years: Yes
Performs criminal background checks on staff with youth contact: Yes
Maintains general liability insurance (Individuals and organizations listed in this Directory can provide proof of insurance upon request. ASC does not hold copies of current documentation for providers): Yes
Three letters of recommendation / references available: Yes
Provides study guides for teachers and or students: Yes
Connects to State and or Common Core Curriculum Standards: Yes
Provides tools to assess student learning (workshops and residencies): Yes
Conducts ongoing assessments of program quality: Yes


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“I thought the workshop was outstanding. As I said at the end, when students read, write, think, and talk, learning occurs. Your workshop added movement to this and everyone seemed to enjoy the session very much. My hope is that there is a direct impact on the students in the classrooms represented.”
–Kevin Smith, Chief Officer for District-Wide Early College & Professional Development, Duplin County

“First of all I just want to say Thank You!!!!! I really enjoyed every session of the workshops. I loved the rhythm games that were introduced to us and plan on using them to help my pre-k students with rhyming words. I will also be using the movement piece to help them understand personal space. There was nothing that did not have value in it. I can and will use every part as often as I can. This year is almost over but watch out next year I am ready!!!! … I look forward to the next part of the series.”
–Sarah C Bailey, Mary Washington Howe Pre-K, Wilmington

“I enjoyed your class and the movement within. I used the theater standards with force and motion today within my first grade classroom and the children had the best time acting out ‘The Enormous Turnip.’ The role cards made them all feel like they were in charge. I plan to do some more tomorrow and for the rest of my teaching career. Thanks for the excitement you’ve added to my classroom.”
–Tracy Cruse, Duplin County School first grade teacher

“I have already used some of the ideas in my classroom. My students have played the control game and acted out the butterfly life cycle. We have also counted money using the addition and subtraction activity we did in the workshop. The information I received on Tuesday has and will continue to impact my teaching and I look forward to applying many more of your ideas and activities in my classroom.”
–Taylor Edwards, Duplin County 2nd grade teacher

“I have attended many teacher workshops as I have 12 years high school teaching experience and yours made me excited to get back into the classroom and try many of your ideas. Please keep in contact and let me know when you have your next workshop. I will be there.”
–Sarah Dehn

Cancellation Policy

If a contracted date is cancelled due to acts of God, illness, pandemic, accident, or other circumstances out of our control, we will work to reschedule on a mutually-agreed-upon date. Cancellation by a school of a contracted session, not for the reasons above, will represent breach of contract, and school will pay damages of 50% of the agreed-upon fee. Cancellation less than 30 days before the contracted date will result in full payment of the agreed-upon fee on the contracted date. If the Southeast Center for Arts integration is unable to fulfill this contract, we will notify the school no later than 10 days prior to the date of the contracted services and reschedule.