5 Unforgettable Field Trips

Tweet Whether you are nearing the end of your school year, right in the midst or even on a summer break, it’s always a good time to consider a field trip for you and your students.  Here are some great ideas for some hands-on, integrated field trips.  Plan ahead and make the most of your […]

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Beethoven’s 241st

Tweet I love celebrating Beethoven’s birthday each year!  And this year, his 241st birthday is no different.  My plans for the day today include: Having my students complete their math open response question which is based on Beethoven’s 9th symphony. Having my students work on their fact and opinion project using leveled Beethoven biographies. Conducting […]

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Collaboration in Action – Music Listening Experiences

Tweet Many of our readers are interested in actual lesson plans and ideas.  So, here you go! My mind over the last week has been focused on collaboration and how it is the key to effective integration.   We cannot all be experts in everything, so we need to ask for assistance with things we may […]

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Feed Your Flame

Tweet Years ago when I was finishing up my master’s program from Endicot College (Beverly, MA) in Arts and Learning, I had to present my final project to my cohort.  As part of our finals, we were encouraged to express our journey through an artistic form. During my journey, I discovered that I was an […]

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Playtime!

Tweet Usually when there is talk about the importance of play, it is usually focused on children who are preschool or kindergarten age.  There are countless studies about how playing dress up or grocery store helps children’s social, physical, language and cognitive growth.   Play is used to help assess children’s development and help them to […]

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Teacher Field Trips

Tweet I cruised down the road for my morning commute to school. It was Friday, no kids in the car, sun was out, radio was on and then the beat started to pound, Lady Gaga’s Just Dance started. YES! Volume turned up, hips started to move, head bobbed and fingers tapped. “I need to get […]

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Reflections on Beat Night – Poetic Experiences

Tweet This past Thursday a group of teachers took their third field trip organized by The Inspired Classroom. We attended Beat Night at the Press Room in Portsmouth, NH. What fun! It was a great night of relaxin’, groovin’ and inspirin’. The evening began with an hour of featured poets reciting their original poems. There […]

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Our Own Interpretations

Tweet It is fortunate that the blog series this month has been centered around the visual art of Norman Rockwell since it has coincided with our teacher field trip to a most wonderful museum inBoston– theIsabellaStewartGardnerMuseum.Though none of his works are in this museum, the ideas of viewing, appreciating and enjoying art seems to be […]

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TIC – A New Beginning

Tweet This may ramble a little – just need to get some thoughts out… For a leadership class I am currently enrolled in, I am to assess the environment I hope to change. Right now, I am in the middle of doing some reading and developing a survey. This is not easy. I feel like […]

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