Planning Ahead2019-02-07T12:32:28-07:00

ISSUE #4 • JULY 2017

Planning Ahead

Even in the summer, teachers are busy with curriculum planning for the new school year. Finding the balance between reflecting on previous years and creating exciting new lessons is key. In this issue, we’re sharing ideas for building integration into your curriculum and honoring what you already have. Dig in!

 

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RESOURCES TO PRINT

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CLASSROOM IDEAS

Notans: Arts Integration Idea

Lauren Hodson | July 2017 Notans: Arts Integration Idea Notans are perfect for symmetry, problem solving, critical thinking, Elements of Art, and can fit into any content area. You start [...]

Algorithms and the Arts

Susan Riley | July 2017 Algorithms and the Arts Monet, Van Gogh, Warhol… all of these names sound familiar, right? What about ‘The Next Rembrandt?’ Maybe not so familiar. Each [...]

Educator as Artist

Jaime Patterson | July 2017 Educator as Artist “Oh, you are going to the Kusama Infinity Room at the Hirshorn this weekend?” “I wish I could go visit- I’ve been [...]

Integrating Music with Sound Stories

Brianne Gidcumb | July 2017 Integrating Music with Sound Stories Sound stories were some of my favorite activities for students in my days as an elementary general music teacher. A [...]

TOPICS

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