Are you interested in teaching about the use of art as a tool for social change? Do you educate students on global issues and solutions?
Join us for a Professional Development Webinar exploring a new, free educational toolkit that supplements the Little Stones documentary. This webinar will be facilitated by Darin Stockdill, Design Coordinator from the University of Michigan School of Education.
REGISTER ONLINE - Registration is free for all educators
About the Film:
Little Stones is a feature-length documentary film that weaves together the personal narratives of four women who are using art – fashion, street-art, hip-hop and dance – to challenge gender-based violence and empower women and girls in India, Brazil, Senegal, Kenya, and around the world.
About the Webinar:
We'll discuss how to engage your students with difficult issues like gender-based violence, and explore the high school educational resources developed by the University of Michigan's School of Education.
• 8 Lesson Plans + Final Project
• 2 Arts Workshops on poetry & graphic design for social change
• Film Discussion Guides
• Take Action! Resource Guide
All webinar participants will receive a coupon code for 25% off an Educational DVD of Little Stones with our distributor Collective Eye Films.
This event is sponsored by Driftseed, a nonprofit organization devoted to education, outreach and documentary storytelling that builds a better world for women and girls. And the Center for Education Design, Evaluation and Research at the University of Michigan.