Participants in Dr. Hipp’s recent workshop at Georgia Tech’s STEAM Leadership Conference explore space and erosive agents (water) through collaborative choreography (above). Additionally, participants created and responded to 2D and 3D representations of mathematical concepts including probability, surface area, volume, tangential triangles, and more (below).
Pre-K(2) through fifth grade teachers from Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School spent a recent in-service day with Dr. Hipp. Since many faculty members were already experts in using the arts across grade levels and subjects, the day centered around arts-based differentiated instruction techniques and social-emotional learning attitudes and skills inherent to the arts.
Dr. Hipp facilitated a 90-minute workshop at the 17th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education. Participants from Barcelona, Rome, Quebec, British Columbia, and the United States experienced arts-based activities designed for teacher education programs within colleges and universities.