OFFICE OF ARTS AND SPECIAL PROJECTS, NYCDOE
The Office of Arts and Special Projects is the arts education component of the Division of Teaching and Learning in the NYCDOE.
Our visual Arts Liaison is Karen Rosner.
For information about NYCDOE curriculum resources and blended and remote learning, and professional learning for visual arts teachers, members can contact Karen Rosner, Director of Visual Arts, Office of Arts and Special Projects at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a brief summary of the new DOE website where you can access information:
WeTeach: All pedagogical resources are available on WeTeachNYC.org, including the Blueprints, Sample Curriculum Maps, Arts for Students with Disabilities Online Resource Compendium, and the Specific Considerations. Pedagogues can use the Search function to locate specific instructional materials. For easy reference, the Blueprints are directly linked as follows: Dance, Moving Image, Music, Theater, Visual Arts, and Leadership Manual.
You also can access WeTeach at https://www.weteachnyc.org/
InfoHub: The new InfoHub has information targeted at employees, partners, providers, and researchers. The InfoHub includes an employee-only site, similar to the former Intranet. For example, the Arts and Cultural Education Services Guide and the Arts Education Liaisons are available under “Partners and Providers,” and the Annual Arts in Schools Report is available under “Reports and Policies.”
You also can access InfoHub at https://infohub.nyced.org/
iTeach: Professional learning registration is available on iTeachNYC.
You also can access registration on iTeach at
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