The Arts Partnership of Greater Hancock County, along with Findlay City and Hancock County schools and the University of Findlay, will present an arts integration workshop featuring Judy Thibault Klevins from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. March 4 at the university’s Mazza Museum.
The professional development workshop is free to area educators and pre-service educators.
Klevins will present “Helping Students Develop and Tell Their Stories.” Educators will learn ways to help students understand story structure by developing personal narratives and using storytelling techniques to tell stories more vividly.
Klevins is a theater and language arts teacher in Arlington, Va. and served as Arlington’s arts education specialist.
Workshop participants will earn contact hours. Pre-registration is encouraged by Feb. 28 by contacting Peggy Grandbois, executive director, The Arts Partnership, at 419-422-3412, ext. 3 or at email@example.com.
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