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Chris Parker 9h
Okay Art and Tech peeps, my tech director is telling me that Adobe is changing their licensing policy and we might not renew. I’m looking for alternatives to the creative cloud, photoshop, illustrator, premiere and I know unlikely character animator.
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Malissa F Shriver Jun 21
County schools integrate w/North Coast Arts Integration Project & to incorporate visual & performing arts into core curricula in 3 districts & recently installed 11 permanent art projects at 10 schools ⁦
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ArtsEd411 Jun 17
The arts are a disparity issue. A lot of kids have arts education. The kids in poverty who need it the most are getting the least. What can we do to remedy the situation to provide for our neediest students? They deserve for us to do better
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Chris McQuillan 3h
There are still plenty of cheap matinee tickets left, but for the other nights you had better get your skates on if you want to catch this *very* exciting show. It's got shoes, walls, drums, and even a couple of hoes down (or should that be ho-down?!)
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Remmie Milner 2h
For the past 10 weeks I've been working with the acting course at on approaching screen work. They have grown in technique and confidence so much, it's a treat to see. Happy final week of term and second year! 👏🏽
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Cathy Hunt 🎨 iPadArtRoom Jun 24
Thank you! So very humbling to receive this award at the biggest edtech conference in the world today, supported by my amazing school. And, loving seeing McAuley College, Beaudesert Australia 🇦🇺 up on the big screen in Philadelphia! 🥰
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Westfield School 19h
U3 took on the challenge of writing an ending to a Who Dunnit? And they did so brilliantly...
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Jon Neale 18h
An amazing collaboration between and incredible artists led to Weird Cuts. A delicious (and free) app for , and more!
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Canadian Network for Arts & Learning Jun 24
Children who learned to play a musical instrument for many years—and now playing in high school band and orchestra—were the equivalent of one academic year ahead of their peers with regard to English, mathematics and science skills.
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Hip Hop Fundamentals 8h
We do it for the kids ✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿
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Mr. DeWilde Jun 19
I really enjoyed learning about the legendary while visiting Fort Scott this week. His photographs in particular were absolutely stunning. Learning about his prolific work in music and film was also inspiring and I can’t wait to discover more about him!
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Greystone Heights 14h
Grade 7 SAGE watercolor portrait making at the
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Shawna.N.M.Barnes Jun 22
Did you know .... that according to an article from the , two-thirds [of art teachers] don’t feel equipped to meaningfully engage their students with disabilities in art instruction??? Do you? Are you part of the 1/3 or the 2/3?
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Stan for Virginia Jun 24
Loved meeting and getting some new reads from local Virginia authors at the Virginia Writer’s Guild Authors Expo in Kilmarnock! I’m proud to support the arts— an important part of society and public education.
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Dr. Wynita Harmon 5h
My career is everything I learned about an amazing work culture in my doctoral program! So happy to be with such amazing educators! Company team retreat fun! #
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Mrs. Mievre's Class Jun 20
Students designed a flag or coat of arms to represent the values of our classroom!
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💫💥Teresa Rasmussen💥💫 Jun 19
Can't wait to get off work and get home!! My daughter had her first Violin lesson this morning and I didn't have time to get a pic before work. It's only 1/4 size, so tiny, and so cute just like her 😂
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Jenna Worley Jun 20
Me: Draw a cityscape! Class: can we add king Kong and Godzilla?? Me: YASSSS
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Karen Blumberg 4h
“OK Go is helping these kids make art in outer space”
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🎨👩‍🎨 αℓιcε gεηтιℓι 📱💻 15h
Wahoo! This is SO exciting!!!
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