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Gilbert Academy of Creative Arts 18m
5th graders have begun a unit of study about immigration. Here you see Ms. Brinkley’s students in tableaux based upon “The New Colossus” by Emma Lazarus.🗽
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Kirby Meng 8h
Nothing like a little after lunch music and movement!
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Kirby Meng 8h
Reading with Rhythm with Maribeth...HES, FVE, NHE, MMS and ArtsNOW!
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Ms. Adrianne Darnell 4h
We read The Kindness Quilt by Nancy Wallace. These our are in the making! We used crayon resist with water color. We learned crayons say NO to watercolor! The ss thought it was magic!🤯 close—it’s art🤗 What does kindness mean to you?
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kimberly boyce 1h
it's the 1st blog post of the 2019-20 school year! Excited for another year of making, , , and Ms. Boyce's Page: Welcome Back, Panthers!:
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Charlotte Cormier Aug 13
After reading The Square Cat we began to wonder what it would be like if we woke up as a square. So we decided to act out how it would be to be a square student in PE class. Then we journaled about our experience!
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katie allen Aug 13
In Gifted Me, we’re creating a drawing together! each student has drawn a line to create a masterpiece! Tomorrow we’ll write a story to go along with it! Thanks for the idea, !!
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The Leonardo Effect 15h
How the Arts Unlock the Door to Learning. - A bold strategy crafting a whole new vision of school transformation.
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Communities In Schools of Chicago 23h
Our program team is always building its repertoire of strategies to support students. On today's menu: learning how the arts can help provide healthy outlets for children's self-expression and social-emotional growth.
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NKY Institute for Arts Education 12h
Let’s celebrate the partnerships and connections you’ve made through !
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Raine Valentine 4h
Replying to @LLPJMadrigal
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Maestra_D Aug 14
We are Global Learners using our World-Class education to become Critical Thinkers and Social Changers. We are gaining a greater Understanding and Respect for the people and cultures around us.
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Tara Perryman Aug 17
How does your movement communicate the role of a producer?
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elizabeth rubenstein Aug 15
Replying to @mosswa @ncte
let students use visual and performing arts (not just writing!) to reflect on their learning.
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NKCES 15h
Congratulations to for receiving a grant from PNC Charitable Trusts! The Arts in Mind project will support teachers newly trained by and will help students learn beneficial movement and
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Jeff Fessler Aug 17
For our class novel "Be a Perfect Person in Just 3 Days," my Gr4s analyzed a Picasso portrait & a song to more deeply understand the theme of "perfection." Connecting themes across art genres builds critical thinking skills.
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elizabeth rubenstein Aug 18
Replying to @Mrs_Akis @ncte and 2 others
perhaps students use visual/performing arts to explore content & deepen understandings... so: respond to X by making an artwork, writing a poem, or performing a tableaux... AND such strategies are valuable for all learners to develop depth of understanding
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@BethGress Aug 14
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Jessica Rosa Espinoza Aug 19
Such a fun day filled with facilitating and connecting Movement strategies to K-5 MATH! Teachers could formatively assess for understanding and our kinesthetic learners were on fire!!🔥💃🕺🎶🎵
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kimberly boyce Aug 19
Creating desktop shadow puppet theaters for 1st unit Science Stories in lab. Combining great ideas from my certification training & the fantastic Southwest Arts Integration Conference!
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