Special Populations2018-07-27T07:24:03+00:00

ISSUE #11 • FEBRUARY 2018

WORKING WITH SPECIAL POPULATIONS

Each day, we have the honor of teaching multiple student populations. ELL,
Gifted and Talented and Special Education students all bring different joys and challenges to our classrooms.

In this issue, we’re highlighting tips, strategies and resources to integrate the arts with these students.

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Ekphrasis: STEAM Inspired by Art

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Ekphrastic work is art that is inspired by another piece of art.  I was first introduced to this concept when discussing project based learning in second language acquisition with a colleague.  They told me of [...]

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Design Across the Arts

With the recent tidal wave of schools turning from STEM to STEAM, the Design Process is playing a vital role in lesson plans. Design thinking provides a standardized resource for teachers to weave through all [...]

Increase Student Learning with Social Media

  You’re probably reading this and thinking, “Wait a minute… social media can INCREASE student learning? No way!” I think it can! One of my SLOs this year ties visual art, ELA and social media [...]

How Arts Integration Impacts Hollywood

You might not think it, but the arts have a far bigger impact in your world than you think. They're everywhere, and so is integration. Arts integration in Hollywood is evidence of that. So this [...]

Arts-Based Strategies for Struggling Writers

Pen to a blank sheet of paper… it can be daunting for even the most experienced of writers. For our students who struggle with writing, it can be the source of limiting beliefs, negative self-talk, [...]

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