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  • Engagement

Engagement: Creating Access to the Arts

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Engagement – that’s a huge buzz word these days in so many industries.  Businesses, organizations and television want to engage you through social media.  In education we continuously look for new ways to engage our students in rich learning experiences. That is one of the benefits of using Arts Integration […]

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How to use Standards Based Grading in the Arts

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Are you being asked to use Standards Based Grading?  Many schools are shifting to using this approach to assessment and report cards, but as so often happens, there is little shared about how to implement this in the arts.  When looking at the systems that accompany Standards Based Grading, it can […]

  • TRANSITIONS

It’s not the Change it’s the Transition

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Transition is just a fancy word for: things are about to change!  We have all been on the precipice of change, and in the words of Bridges (2009), “it isn’t the changes that do you in, it’s the transitions”.  The reason being, as Bridges (2009) puts it, the change is […]

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Refocus, Revamp, Revitalize

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This has been a year of change in my music room. New standards. A new grade level structure, which integrates 4th and 5th graders together in music class. A new problem-based-learning initiative that asks every teacher to plan and implement a fully developed PBL experience, including research and a panel presentation. Even […]

  • Making Adjustments

STEAM LEADERSHIP: Making Adjustments to Your Professional Development Plan

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As leaders begin to transition to the next phase of the academic year, the third and fourth marking periods, reflecting on their professional development plans are a natural part of continuous improvement.  Therefore, how are you evaluating your professional development and making adjustments?  Many leaders often find that they don’t have the time or […]

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