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So, now instruction and class size don’t matter. . . We need to make sure all children have two parents!
I don’t know what to say about this comment. It would be my hope that anyone who has the education, […]
Social Media in the Classroom — Explore the BENEFITS!
Fundamental support for social media in the classroom comes from the belief that for a quality education schools, administrators and […]
WE NEED THE ARTS!
Every once in a while I remind myself about what the arts teach. This way of learning is integrated so […]
Why Is There a Disconnect for Girls and STEM Education in Middle School?
This subject evokes a strong reaction in me and it is one for which I have and will fight for […]
More on the Common Core Standards
The Common Core Standards seem to be a hot button issue for which there is no middle ground. You are […]
Should we be inventing reasons to keep arts education alive?
I read a blog post today that questioned many of the ideas used to promote music ( and arts) education. […]
How to Create “Learners for Life?”
What better intent can any educator imagine than creating “life long learners” for any age level? The ideal is to […]
TIPS TO IMPROVE CRITICAL THINKING IN ARTS EDUCATION
Arts education is not arts and crafts. Arts and crafts may have a benefit for many–very useful for social/emotional wellness […]
HOW TO ALIGN Arts Curriculum to BENEFIT Student Achievement and Social/Emotional Wellness?
Why is Curriculum Alignment Important? The guaranteed and viable curriculum is important for students so that all students have the […]