The Values of the Arts

Tweet The values are many, but the commitment these day seems so large – most importantly time away from areas in the curriculum which will be tested. I understand. I live this each day in my own classroom, but it is a calling to which we must find the courage – to infuse our students […]

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T.R.I.C.ing Kids

Tweet I’ll never forget sitting in my classroom with one of my principals (one of many…) and having a conversation along with two other music teachers about essential outcomes.  He then suggested that we clearly write these on the board for each of our classes as they come into the room so that they know […]

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Get a community started

Tweet There are so many people out there that really do believe in arts education and the values it has on students and people of all ages. I come across these people all the time: at my school, at workshops, online, across the country and down the street. Music and the arts are being fed […]

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