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Dale Duncan 1m
New research suggests taking arts classes may benefit kids academically. We already knew!
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Ollie smith Feb 18
Very excited about my audition tomorrow, can't wait to see everyone again.
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#k12artchat 42m
Pete Curran Thank You for being & leading middle arted to capture kids’ imagination. Thank you for inspiring others, being a mentor and Arts Ed leader! Use to share your
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Mr. DeWilde 1h
Fourth grade students’ dragon projects are taking over the art room! I’m excited about the direction students are taking to make a creative character. I particularly love Nathan’s “artiste” dragon!
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Ms.Meghna.G. Feb 17
Stories in still images. We explored slating, cues, transitions and what it means to be a stage manager as we created these freeze frames. From our Sleeping Beauty
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Suzanne Hirsch 23h
Professional development with Eric Booth - author of The Everyday Work of Art!
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Dr. Jamie Hipp Feb 13
Independent reading time that includes choice is so crucial. In the past, I have incorporated stations with different reading materials to choose from (i.e. a menu station, a travel brochure station, a recipe station, and, or course, a play scripts station)!
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EHS Performing Arts 4h
Exciting conversations with & ... designing unique opportunities at for and . Be a part of this unique community!
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Courtney Fayle Feb 18
Replying to @SamuelDavidHead
Think it's CHARMING how much love and support you've received from your Twitter friends & fellow actors. Anxious to start blocking next Saturday. Think you're definitely getting "into the zone."
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Jeff M. Poulin 4h
Come work on policy and advocacy in our shop this summer! Always a good time - just ask and !
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Canadian Network for Arts & Learning Feb 18
Treatment students experienced an improvement of 13% writing scores and an increase of 8% in compassion for others. Those who received more are more interested in how other people feel and more likely to want to help people who are treated badly.
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Calif Arts Council 3h
12 Core Competencies of an Arts Education Leader from :
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Triseum 5h
What if students could learn about art by experiencing the history?
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ErieElemArt 3h
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Nic Hahn 1h
Billy is here!! We have lots of families excited to welcome to our school, but this family might be his biggest fans!
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John C Davis 6h
Music is born in the heart, marinates in the soul, and is then sculpted by the musicians hands into a work of art that expresses and blesses the world.
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Amanda Cook Feb 18
New Deal with my 5th graders, our first attempt was successful and the students can’t wait to try this more!
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кєℓℓι ¢σ∂у 16h
Textures, textures everywhere, getting things in order for Gr12/DP exhibition
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Kristen Hamm Feb 12
Absolutely love these mixed media pieces created by my awesome 3rd grade students!
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Vista Del Mar Feb 13
Known artist and dear friend to Vista, Kharlene Boxenbaum, taught her first (of many) art classes to last week. The class engaged students of all abilities; helping everyone to tap into their creative well.
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