teacher research

what began as a problem of practice has developed into an inquiry-driven process of creating a zero-waste learning space. i wondered, as a college educator, where students lose the excitement of risk in the creative process. working with students, staff, and education leaders in a public elementary school, the concept is evolving. embodying the practice of risk-taking the classroom becomes an ecosystem where we endure the process of navigating barriers and needs by accepting variability as a community asset. we are working to eliminate or repurpose wasted materials, time, energy and human potential.

Presentations

2019

Meeting all Learners in a Zero-Waste Art Space MAEA Annual Conference

Infinity Arts Interpretive Workshop, H.A.Y Conference

Zero-Waste Art Space, H.A.Y Conference

Transplants, Hiatt Center for Urban Ed. Community of Inquiry, Clark University

Zero-Waste Art Space Designed for All Learners, Clark University MAT guest presenter

2018

 © 2019 by kathryn egnaczak

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