Living Arts Seeks a Program Evaluator

Living Arts is accepting proposals for an Evaluation Partner to conduct the second phase of our evaluation for our Detroit Wolf Trap early learning program. This three-year study, funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, will measure the impact the program has on teacher growth through the following central question:

Does professional development in arts integration through the performing arts (Detroit Wolf Trap) demonstrate growth for early childhood educators in their abilities in 1) Instructional Learning Formats and 2) Concept Development?

Proposals are due December 20, 2018 to Alissa Novoselick, Executive Director, at Alissa@livingartsdetroit.org

More information on the project, budget, and timeline can be found here.

 Detroit Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Karilú Alarcón Forshee provides arts-integrated professional development for a classroom teacher.

Detroit Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Karilú Alarcón Forshee provides arts-integrated professional development for a classroom teacher.