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ARTSED LAB TEACHER MAGAZINE ISSUE #2 • MAY 2017

Ending is Beginning: The End of the School Year

As the end of the school year approaches, this issue showcases organization tips, engagement strategies and fresh ideas for letting loose with Arts Integration and STEAM before summer arrives.

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STEAMing Up Your Music Classroom

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Have you thought about adding a little “STEAM” to your classroom?  There are many natural connections that can be made between science, technology, engineering, math, and music.  The “A” is authentically added to acknowledge [...]

CLASSROOM IDEAS

Art in the Garden

May is the perfect month to use a teaching garden to integrate the arts. From science topics such as plant growth and development or insects to venturing into the artistic world while using flower petals [...]

How to Create a Tunnel Book for Arts Integration

Looking for an innovative way to introduce foreground, middleground, and background to your students? Want students to be able to create their own stages or settings for written plays? What about bringing Ancient Chinese Landscapes [...]

Makers Slam

Hello everyone! I am so absolutely excited to begin my blogging journey here with EducationCloset and share all of the awesome things I have going on both in my teaching at Charter High School for [...]

Ditch the Textbook!

Not sure what you think of when you hear "ditch the textbook", but for an art teacher it’s not so unusual.  Of course, we use books as references - yes, even art textbooks - but [...]

Defining Engagement: Learning with Others

Continuing our Defining Engagement through STEAM series, based on the research of John Antonetti and Phillip Schlechty, takes us to the next way we can articulate and define our student engagement.  Our sessions explain definitions, share strategies, [...]

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ADVOCACY
APPROACHES
ASSESSMENT
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
CURRICULUM
ORGANIZATION
POPULATIONS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
RESOURCES
TEACHING STRATEGIES

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