How the combination of STEM and the arts could water down both disciplines.
Best Practice: Infuse the Arts
Jung, L., & Jung, M. (2018/2019, December/January). Please Stop Sacrificing Arts Classes for Skills Intervention! Retrieved March 13, 2019
For students with learning disabilities, art class is often the best part of the day. Why take it away from them?
Despite strapped budgets, school leaders are not without options when it comes to providing students with access to high-quality arts education, according to a new
Tomlinson, C. A. (2018/2019, December/January). One to Grow On / Sparking Students “Uncommon Genius”. Retrieved March 13, 2019
All educators can learn valuable lessons from the way the arts are taught.
Milner, H., IV. (2018/2019, December/January). Confronting Inequity / More Than a Math and Science Teacher. Retrieved March 13, 2019
Bringing students’ interests into the classroom enriches learning.
Goodwin, B., & Hubler, E. (2018/2019, December/January). Research Matters / Does Arts Education Matter? Retrieved March 13, 2019
Arts education, in other words, has its own intrinsic value. An arts education serves important purposes for students beyond the limited outcomes captured on standardized
Iamarino, D. (2018/2019, December/January). Engaging Our Most Challenging Students in Fine Arts. Retrieved March 13, 2019
Art/fine art teachers confront the dilemma of whether to include–in plays, concerts, and so on–students whose behavior is disruptive, off-task, or in other ways drags
At a Boston charter school, instruction in music composition helps students expand their horizons and see their true potential.
McKibben, S. (2018/2019, December/January). Arts Education as a Human Right: A Conversation with Alfre Woodard. Retrieved March 13, 2019
The renowned actor, Alfre Woodard, says access to the arts is crucial—and shouldn’t depend on a child’s zip code.
When Michael Bonner’s 2nd grade students were failing their reading tests, he didn’t give up on them. He made a music video.