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Books

Article: Why Use Primary Sources?
When it comes to telling the true account of an event or an historical time period, there’s nothing more real or more exciting than a primary source
Education

Learning Piano

Article: How Parents Can Support Arts Education
Making contacts and knowing the facts will help parents support the arts programs in their schools
Education

Creative Thinking

Take Five: Thought-Provoking Art
There’s no need to divide critical thinking from creativity. The two easily meld into classroom activities with art as the starting point
Education

students collaborating

Article: 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
Education

Children Playing With Clay in a Classroom

Article: 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
Education

Parent Volunteer

Article: A Team Effort: Volunteers in Arts Classrooms
Learn how to successfully manage volunteers in your arts classroom. Get tips from one visual art specialist who works with dozens of volunteers a year
Education

Tipsheets

Series: Tipsheets
Tips for bringing the arts into your daily practice
Education

Arts Integration

Series: Arts Integration
The Kennedy Center's perspective on the principles and best practices for arts integration
Education

Take 5!

Series: Take Five
Tips and tricks about how to enhance and improve your teaching and classroom
Education

Educator Making the Case

Article: Arts Education: Making the Case With Legislators
Educators offer voter- and data-driven advocacy
Education

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Welcome!: The ARTS DAYS App
This free app will bring you a full year of events connected to the arts – from key...
Education

Parent volunteer

Article: Lend a Helping Hand: Volunteering in Arts Classrooms
Learn how to be an effective and successful volunteer in an arts classroom. Get tips from one visual art specialist who works with dozens of volunteers a year
Education, Family

Women Chatting at Conference

Article: Arts Education and the Business Community
Skills learned through arts education, such as creativity and innovation, are good for business
Education, Young Artists

Know the Score

Article: Know the Score
Talk to your child’s music educator; find out what to do to improve the school's music program
Education, Music

Content & Achievement Standard: Grade 5-8 Theater Standard 6
Comparing and incorporating art forms by analyzing methods of presentation and audience response for theatre, dramatic media (such as film, television, and electronic media), and other art forms
Education, Theater

Content & Achievement Standard: Grade 5-8 Theater Standard 5
Researching by using cultural and historical information to support improvised and scripted scenes
Education, Theater

Content & Achievement Standard: Grade 5-8 Theater Standard 8
Understanding context by analyzing the role of theatre, film, television, and electronic media in the community and in other cultures
Education, Theater

Content & Achievement Standard: Grade 5-8 Theater Standard 7
Analyzing, evaluating, and constructing meanings from improvised and scripted scenes and from theatre, film, television, and electronic media productions
Education, Theater

Content & Achievement Standard: Grade 5-8 Theater Standard 2
Acting by developing basic acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes
Education, Theater

Content & Achievement Standard: Grade 5-8 Theater Standard 1
Script writing by the creation of improvisations and scripted scenes based on personal experience and heritage, imagination, literature, and history
Education, Theater

Content & Achievement Standard: Grade 5-8 Theater Standard 4
Directing by organizing rehearsals for improvised and scripted scenes
Education, Theater

Content & Achievement Standard: Grade 5-8 Theater Standard 3
Designing by developing environments for improvised and scripted scenes
Education, Theater

Content & Achievement Standard: Grade 5-8 Visual Arts Standard 4
Understanding the visual arts in relation to history and cultures
Education, Visual Arts

Content & Achievement Standard: Grade 5-8 Visual Arts Standard 5
Reflecting upon and assessing the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others
Education, Visual Arts

Content & Achievement Standard: Grade 5-8 Visual Arts Standard 6
Making connections between visual arts and other disciplines
Education, Visual Arts

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