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Tipsheets

Use the arts every day in your school and classroom

Tipsheets

Struggling with how to incorporate the arts into your school day? Here are a ton of great ideas, activities, and tips about how the arts can influence your classroom, school, or larger learning community.

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Tips on how to foster interesting and authentic discussion in the classroom
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Practical ideas for creating authentic cultural experiences for your students
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Channel your students’ love of movement with these easy social dances
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Get your students up with these games that are great for any size class and classroom
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Here are the best and safest ways to share your student's work with the world!
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Introduction to performance assessment, which provides educators with "real-world" arts assessment strategies
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Make reading part of your physical education class and exercise students' bodies and brains!
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Introduction to self-assessment strategies involving observation and reflection
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Use dance and movement in your classroom
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Learn about ways to increase student participation and skill building during interactive read-alouds
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Helping your students learn how to creatively critique each other's work
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Some fun social dances to try with your upper-elementary-level students
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Learn 10 ways a drama teacher can respond responsibly to a student’s work
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Dance helps students better understand the far-reaching impact of historical events on many areas of a nation’s life
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