Professional Learning Communities have been around for a while. At this time, the needs of the 21st Century Education for […]
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Arts Education Not in Peril? REALLY? For whom?
The National Center for Education Statistics released a report earlier this month regarding the state of arts education and its […]
Should We End Social Promotion?
All children have potential and value! They need to learn to be able to become who they are meant to […]
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 USE MUSIC TO IMPROVE MATH SKILLS
Using music to improve math skills is such an obvious integration of the arts with academics. The fact that many […]
Thinking about Educational Budget Cuts . . . . SERIOUSLY?
I TRY TO REMAIN OPEN-MINDED. I have my political affiliations and I believe in my viewpoint, but I am never […]
How Do Teachers Teach Self-Discipline?
I love this photo! Not only do I relate to the discipline shown in this picture, but I believe the […]
Are We Ready for Blended Learning? Time to CHANGE “What to Learn?”
Picture this: Students sitting on the floor in groups in a classroom. Everyone is busy and engaged. Many are using […]