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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Arts 4 Learning – Putting Integration into Practice

Tweet Yet again, I am happy to invite another wonderful guest blogger.  Today, Toni Tabora-Roberts joins us writing about a program that integrates the arts into literacy called Arts for Learning.  Please read on to find out more about this program and learn about a lesson put into practice.  ~EMP As one of the leading […]

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What is True Arts Integration?

Tweet When I hear that teachers are integrating the arts into their teaching, I am excited for them and their students. What a wonderful opportunity they have to learn the required curriculum AND learn more about an art form. However, this is not always the case. I must warn you now that I’m going to […]

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Making Connections Through the Arts (Part II) – Ideas

Tweet This is the second guest post by @michelleK107 about “Making Connections Through the Arts”.  Here she walks you through a unit she does with her students to illustrate just how she puts theory into practice.  You will surely be inspired by what she does and the ideas she gives!  Please be sure to check […]

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Artful Community

Tweet At the beginning of the school year, teachers want to send a message to their students:  “We are a community of learners, together we will challenge each other and share with one another.” We have a variety of ways to go about doing this and for some, they try to do it through the […]

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Summer Learning, Something’s Begun

Tweet In February, upon returning from Educon I blogged about the importance of building relationships in education-and in life. This is true in the classroom, in your school, your district, your community, your family-wherever you are in life. Maybe that is why social networking apps such as Facebook, Twitter, Ning, and a host of others have reached a […]

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Working with Audacity

Tweet Recently, I taught two workshops using the open source audio editing software, Audacity through the Somersworth, NH School District. @brophycat (AKA Cathy Brophy, a good friend and colleague) invited me to share my knowledge of the software with preK-12 teachers and make it practical for their teaching. I was excited to do so! The […]

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Collaboration at #ntcamp

Tweet Summer workshops are fun.  You do them on your own time, connect with other teachers and learn in a stress free environment.  Over the past week and a half, I was able to participate in a couple workshops, both presenting and participating. This past weekend, I traveled down to Philly to participate in the […]

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Jazzy DADA

Tweet This month we celebrate POETRY and JAZZ. Here is an activity I would like to share with you that you can use immediately with your students to celebrate jazz, poetry and promote freedom in structure! DADA poetry was first written by artists and poets in Paris France. They clipped words from newspapers, scrambled them […]

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