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Arts Integration

The Kennedy Center's perspective on the principles and best practices for arts integration

Kids and Culture

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Beyond Food & Fiestas

Practical ideas for creating authentic cultural experiences for your students

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Speak Up for the Arts

As a teacher you can help parents become strong arts education advocates

Music Matters

Take Five

Music Matters

Incorporating music makes content lessons more exciting and memorable. And it's easy to do!

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Growing from STEM to STEAM

How to get started blending arts, sciences, math, and technology in your classroom and curriculum

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Reaching Out to School Board Members

How can you make an impact on your student's educators?

Educator Making the Case

Article

Arts Education: Making the Case With Legislators

Educators offer voter- and data-driven advocacy

Toolkit

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What’s in Your Arts Education Advocacy Tool Kit?

An overview of the KCAAEN Arts Education Advocacy Tool Kit

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Toolkit What’s in Your Arts Education Advocacy Tool Kit?

What’s in Your Arts Education Advocacy Tool Kit?

This article provides an overview for users of the KCAAEN Arts Education Advocacy Tool Kit

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When Music Goes Marching to War

Explore music’s important role in the American Civil War. Includes activities for the classroom

Students Collaborating Working Together: Teaching Collaboration in the Arts

Working Together: Teaching Collaboration in the Arts

The arts are a prime tool for building skills in collaboration. Here are six tips to create successful collaborations and develop effective group learning through the arts

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SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL NEEDS

Use this collection of resources and articles to devise an approach for supporting individual needs in the classroom: from English Language Learners or students with disabilities, to conflict resolution and giving feedback.

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