Strategies and Techniques2019-02-07T12:27:59-07:00

ISSUE #10 • JANUARY 2018

STRATEGIES & TECHNIQUES

One of the fastest and most effective ways to integrate the arts is through quality arts strategies. But what if you’re not confident in your own abilities?

In this issue, we’ll share simple arts strategies and techniques that you can teach and use to take Arts Integration to the next level in your lessons.

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CLASSROOM IDEAS

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Process Drama Ideas to Try

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