The UBU Project: Because All Students Need The Arts to Learn, Create & Thrive
Each residency is tailored to the specific needs, goals, age range and content area of each classroom. The primary through-line is that all UBU Project residencies are:
Therefore, the following is a broad-spectrum outline. All we need is a white board, some markers and a roomful of students.
UBU Project Teaching Artist meets with host faculty to help identify content-specific curriculum goals. As a team they will also create a simple pre-test to measure current student content understanding plus a post-residency assessment to measure increased comprehension.
Day 1: Teaching Artist leads physical and vocal warm-ups/games
Day 2: Students begin taking a leadership role in running warm-ups/games
Day 3: Students continue their leadership role in running warm-ups/games
Day 4: Students continue their leadership role in running warm-ups/games
Day 5: Students continue their leadership role in running warm-ups/games
Host teacher administers follow-up assessment and shares general data with host school admin and The UBU Project.
Full week residencies are encouraged as The UBU Project can work with multiple grade levels and content areas throughout the week.
For Example, Within a Single, One Week Residency:
All for a single, One-Week Residency Fee!
UBU Project Residencies can also be extended over multiple weeks to help create a more production-oriented performance for classmates, families and staff (i.e. The Class Spring Project Based Upon Core Content).
For further information and scheduling please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org