Online Programs for Fall 2020
In response to COVID-19, PLACE has adapted many of our offerings to be delivered fully online. In the coming months, PLACE will host several opportunities for educators to learn, grow, and find community as you juggle teaching and technology to keep students engaged and safe. Explore highlighted programs below, or see upcoming virtual learning opportunities in our comprehensive event calendar.
Greater Madison Writing Project (GMWP) Connect: September 22, October 20, November 12, and December 17, 4–5:15 p.m. CDT, Online
Teaching About the 2020 Elections: September 26, 9 a.m.–2:45 p.m. CDT, Online
Real Talk for Real Change: Advancing Health Equity in the Era of COVID-19: October 1, 3–5 p.m. CDT, Online
Courageous Coaching Conversations: October 13, November 17, and December 15, 4–5:15 p.m. CDT, Online
Taste of Summer Arts Studio—Hip Hop Dance Workshop: Open to everyone at all experience levels, Online at your convenience
Equity and Inclusion: Informing Teacher Practice: Customized for your classroom, school, or district, Online at your convenience
PowerUp: Real Teaching for Virtual Learning: Customized for school districts, Online at your convenience
Programs for K12 classroom teachers, administrators, school leaders, and community members who work with youth.
Creative, inspiring, and supportive youth experiences led by professionals in arts and education. K12 sessions offered during the Summer and school year.
A comprehensive event calendar with our upcoming programs, conferences, and activities.
Our experienced staff of program managers and event planners can help you with the behind-the-scenes logistics to ensure that your event is a success.
The Greater Madison Writing Project at University of Wisconsin – Madison is an affiliate of National Writing Project network, a nationally acclaimed professional learning community that puts educators’ knowledge, experience and voices at its center.
We provide art making opportunities for youth to cultivate wellness and advocate for social change. Our vision is that Wisconsin youth see themselves as learners through art making.