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

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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

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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?

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Arts Education: Making the Case With Legislators

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What’s in Your Arts Education Advocacy Tool Kit?

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Arts Integration

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

Art Critique Art Critiques Made Easy

Art Critiques Made Easy

One-word answers and grunts don't count as student critiques of art. How to foster interesting and authentic discussion in the classroom

Educator Making the Case Arts Education: Making the Case With Legislators

Arts Education: Making the Case With Legislators

Educators offer voter- and data-driven advocacy

Twenty-First Century Arts in the 21st Century Classroom

Arts in the 21st Century Classroom

The skills our students need can be readily integrated into arts lessons and vice versa

Kids and Culture Beyond Food & Fiestas

Beyond Food & Fiestas

Practical ideas for creating authentic cultural experiences for your students

Tree of Knowledge Constructivism: Actively Building Arts Education

Constructivism: Actively Building Arts Education

A brief introduction to constructivism and how arts educators can utilize it effectively

students collaborating Creative Conflict: Resolving & Avoiding Conflict in Group Art Projects

Creative Conflict: Resolving & Avoiding Conflict in Group Art Projects

Explore ways to handle conflicts among students while teaching them that voicing their opinions matters, as well as being able to negotiate and compromise

Cultural Dancers Cultural Connections

Cultural Connections

Enliven and enrich your cultural heritage month observances through the arts

appalachian spring Dance and Historical Events

Dance and Historical Events

Dance helps students better understand the far-reaching impact of historical events on many areas of a nation’s life

Theatre with sensitive themes Dealing with Sensitive Themes Onstage

Dealing with Sensitive Themes Onstage

Staging controversial shows in school theaters presents rewards and risks. Veteran arts educators share insights about the pros and cons of such shows, and how to produce them successfully

Art Teacher With Students Do Tell: Giving Feedback to Your Students

Do Tell: Giving Feedback to Your Students

How can arts educators provide engaging and useful feedback? Here are seven suggestions to get you started

East High School Dancers Encouraging Your Students to Become Choreographers

Encouraging Your Students to Become Choreographers

Use these great ideas to get your students choreographing at your school

Drama Class Five Easy Drama Games for the Early Elementary Classroom

Five Easy Drama Games for the Early Elementary Classroom

Get your students up with these games that are great for any size class and classroom

Kids Dancing Five Easy Social Dances for Early Elementary

Five Easy Social Dances for Early Elementary

Channel your students’ love of movement with these easy social dances

Art Lesson Formal Visual Analysis: The Elements & Principles of Composition

Formal Visual Analysis: The Elements & Principles of Composition

Help students build techniques to interpret what they see into written words using art

Student on Computer Get Wired for Learning

Get Wired for Learning

Are you stumped about how to integrate technology into your arts teaching? Check out these eight tips to put you on the road to tech-savvy arts learning

Parent Volunteers Getting Schooled: When Arts Teachers Become Students

Getting Schooled: When Arts Teachers Become Students

Learn what makes up the five core elements of effective teacher development with a focus on learning in and through the arts

Mother and girl art class Going Public

Going Public

Here are the best and safest ways to share your student's work with the world!

Science Museum Growing from STEM to STEAM

Growing from STEM to STEAM

Find tips to blend arts, sciences, math and technology by learning how one school district experimented with adding STEAM to their classrooms

Elementary school girls dancing How Dance Can Teach Literature

How Dance Can Teach Literature

How to incorporate dance into a traditional English classroom

Children Playing With Clay in a Classroom Inspired Classrooms

Inspired Classrooms

Need to battle off those creativity killers? Here are seven simple steps for educators to create a classroom environment that is friendly to creativity

parent volunteer It Takes a Village: Parent Volunteers

It Takes a Village: Parent Volunteers

Learn how parent volunteers can contribute to the learning environment with the right goal-oriented guidelines

Music Matters Music Matters

Music Matters

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

Teacher in Classroom New Paths to Learning

New Paths to Learning

An introduction for educators to differentiation instruction through the arts for academically gifted students

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