Download these free professional development resources! Our Champion Creatively Alive Children series will help you implement arts-infused education in your school. Like you, we know that arts-infused education helps children acquire critical 21st century skills: creativity, critical thinking, collaboration and communication.
The complete program covers: Art Builds 21st Century Skills, Creativity Connects Us, Advocacy, and Creative Leadership workshops and videos and guides. Along with a supplemental introductory leadership guide, additional resources help you facilitate workshops and arts-infused education advocacy meetings–everything you need from PowerPoint presentations to flyers, handouts and evaluation forms. These resources will help transform your school culture, and infuse arts across your curriculum.
Crayola® Champion Creatively Alive
Children Video and Facilitator Guide Content
License Agreement and Use Guidelines
Champion Creatively Alive Children™, is a series of training workshop content (videos, guides, digital media, presentation decks, handouts, and other educational materials, resources, documents in electronic and physical media) collectively “the CCAC Content”, which was developed by Crayola LLC (“Crayola”), in collaboration with the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), with contributions by the National Art Education Association (NAEA) and the Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21) (the “CCAC Collaborators”). As explained below, Crayola offers the CCAC Content free of charge for educators to use in professional development sessions, staff training, workshops, parent meetings and other similar educational situations with the intent to help teachers, parents and community members understand the role Arts-Infused Education serves in building 21st Century skills.
By accessing or downloading the CCAC Content, you agree to be bound by the following terms and conditions, and agree to adhere to the following guidelines for usage of the CCAC Content.
You may use, display, distribute and reproduce the CCAC Content in connection with art education activities. This license is non-exclusive and revocable and is subject to the following conditions:
- You may not post or make available the CCAC Content on publically available internet sites. You may post or make the CCAC Content available through an intranet or on a website with access to the CCAC Content limited to participants in your art education activities. The CCAC Content may be available on websites operated by Crayola and the CCAC Collaborators, but members of these CCAC Collaborator organizations do not have permission to post or repost the CCAC Content.
- You must maintain all copyright and trademark notices, logos and brand identifiers of Crayola, NAESP, NAEA and P21 contained on or in the CCAC Content in their original appearance.
- You may not modify, alter, translate, or create derivatives of the CCAC Content. Examples of uses which are not permitted include: making excerpts of videos, re-editing videos, combining CCAC Content with other content to create a new work, re-ordering, editing or shortening written materials. If you wish to create a modified, altered or derivative work, you must obtain Crayola’s prior written permission by contacting: Crayola. Permission to Use Brand Request. Consumer Affairs Dept. 1100 Church Lane. Easton, PA 18044.
- You may make physical or digital copies of the CCAC Content for distribution to participants in your art education activities, but you may not sell or resell copies of the CCAC Content. You may provide the CCAC Content as part of a workshop or course conducted or presented by a not-for-profit or educational institution, for which a fee is charged, provided the fees are reasonable and considered usual and ordinary for professional development workshops and the CCAC Content are not subject to a separate fee or sold separately.
- Any digital copies you distribute of the CCAC Content must contain a copy of this Agreement.
- All usages of the CCAC Content are subject to review by Crayola. You agree to make changes to your usage of the CCAC Content as requested by Crayola to comply with these terms, in its sole discretion.
- “Champion Creatively Alive Children” is a trademark of Crayola and may not be used without prior written permission of Crayola, except in connection with the CCAC Content as provided in this Agreement and set forth in the CCAC Content. You may also use the CCAC trademark on and in connection with advertising and promotional materials used to promote your presentation of this CCAC program. In no case may you make, sell or distribute products or promotional items, such as pens, notepads, and coffee mugs, bearing the CCAC trademark, or the trademark of Crayola or any CCAC Collaborator.
- Other than the trademarks and copyrights contained within the CCAC Content and used as contemplated herein, you may not use trademarks of Crayola or the CCAC Collaborators without prior written permission. In no case may you use the CCAC, Crayola or Collaborator trademarks in a manner that is likely to cause confusion, mistake or deception as to your association with, sponsorship by or affiliation with Crayola or the Collaborators.
- The CCAC Content should be used in a positive manner. You may not use the CCAC Content to disparage Crayola or the CCAC Collaborators, or their products or services, or use the CCAC Content in any manner which would diminish or otherwise damage their goodwill, including, but not limited to, uses which could be deemed to be obscene, pornographic, excessively violent, or otherwise in poor taste or unlawful, or to encourage unlawful activities.
- Crayola owns and retains all intellectual property rights, including copyright, in the CCAC Content
- You may terminate this agreement by destroying all copies of the CCAC Content. Crayola may terminate this agreement immediately in the event you are in material breach by providing written notice. In the event of termination, you shall cease all use of the CCAC Content and return or destroy all copies.
By accepting the license set forth in this License Agreement, you acknowledge that you have read this License Agreement, understand it, and agree to be bound by its terms and conditions. You also represent that you have the sufficient permissions, capacity consents, and authority to enter into this license agreement on behalf of your school, agency or organization. No agency, partnership, joint venture, franchise, or employment relationship is created between Crayola and Licensee as a result of this License Agreement. Neither party is authorized to create any obligation, express or implied, on behalf of the other party. If any provision of this License Agreement is determined by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, such determination shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions unless Crayola determines in its discretion that the court’s determination causes this License Agreement to fail in any of its essential purposes.
This License Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties concerning the subject matter hereof and superseded all proposals, oral or written, all negotiations, conversation, and/or discussions between the parties relating to this License Agreement. This License Agreement may not be modified except in writing signed by authorized representatives of both parties. Crayola makes no representation or warranty, and expressly disclaims any liability with respect to the content of any CCAC Content, including but not limited to errors or omissions contained therein, libel, infringement of rights of publicity, privacy, trademark rights, moral rights, or the disclosure of confidential information. Neither party shall be liable for any indirect, special, incidental, punitive or consequential damages, including but not limited to loss of data, business interruption, or loss of profits, arising out of the use of or the inability to use the CCAC Content.
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