This is an extended hands-on
Virtual Workshop with limited spots, and requires advance registration.
You can purchase this workshop when you pre-register for the conference, or at the on-site registration desk.
$5.00, Paper Pre-Registration:
Dr. Sara Scott Shields is an assistant professor of art education at Florida State University. She has taught at the secondary and collegiate level for 11 years. She has presented and published at the state, national, and international level. Her research focus is on identity development through arts engagement, with a specific focus on how the arts can help students and teachers understand their identity in relationship to the diverse worlds we teach and live in. Her research and curriculum development is focused on the integration of contemporary art, community and personal histories, and how these might create unique opportunities for art educators.