If you are a reader of The Inspired Classroom, then you understand in some capacity the power that the arts can have on learning. Getting inspired by the arts as a teacher in order to be inspiring to students is at the core of our mission. This week, I was honored (and happy!) to be included in a wonderful article published at MindShift about about how the arts can and should be part of making students’ education come alive.
I must say that the most fun part about seeing the article come out was that my quote was featured:
‘Arts integration seems to be the best form of differentiation out there because it taps into so many different interests and abilities and forms of learning.’
It’s so true isn’t it?
Well, I hope you head over to read more at the Mind Shift site which sets out to “explore the future of learning in all its dimensions, covering cultural and technology trends, innovations in education, groundbreaking research, education policy, and more.” I highly recommend surfing their site.