As we continue to work remotely, we are trying to bring you interesting content related to Teaching for Artistic Behavior. Please excuse some of the audio. Zoom sometimes does not play well.
In this episode, Clyde and I are joined by Roni Rohr to talk about the idea of "Am I TAB enough? It's a question many of us ask ourselves when beginning this journey.
Roni Rohr (she, her, hers) teaches at El Dorado Community School K-8 in Santa Fe, NM. She serves as the Santa Fe Public Schools Visual Arts Mentor and is a faculty member of the TAB Institute at MassArt... advocating for student voice. Roni is a designer and artist and is passionate about collaboration, social justice, and advocacy within her own work and that of her students.
As an educational consultant, she collaborates on professional development for the New Mexico Museums, Meow Wolf, and others. Roni presents locally and nationally on topics of TAB, choice-based and play education, Design Thinking, and creating community; she was the 2020 keynote speaker for Colorado TAB. Roni is Nationally Board Certified in early and middle school art, a 2016 NM Golden Apple Fellow, the 2015 NM Middle School Art Educator of the Year, and the 2011 NM Art Educator of the Year.