Defining Quality in Arts Education

Arts Education Demonstration Project of the Marin Community Foundation

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Dancing the Unforgettable: Electric Connections at the Marin Summer Arts Institute, 2013- A. Scofield

Designing Unforgettable Learning was the title of the workshop, and the “dance group” had many new and unforgettable moments together. It was the fifth year of the summer arts institute and we were from many different backgrounds, grade levels and subject areas. We found our way by moving and creating together, and listening to the stories of those who had gone on ahead to explore with their students. Teachers from Neil Cummins shared the experience of integrating dance with their…

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Posted on September 6, 2013 at 5:57pm

“The Uses of Quiet” from "Mr. S"--  Alan Scofield There is a time in teaching a classroom full students where we stimulate learning by asking an open question. The class listens and thinks for a mome…

“The Uses of Quiet”

from "Mr. S"--  Alan Scofield

There is a time in teaching a classroom full students where we stimulate learning by asking an open question. The class listens and thinks for a moment and, inevitably, one hand shoots up, and then another. The first few are quick to get the answer and eager to be recognized. But what of those students whose minds are still exploring a possible answer?

How do they feel when…

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Posted on May 16, 2012 at 11:04pm

Let's Do (Dance) the MATH!"

“Let’s Dance the Math!”

from ("Mr. S") -- AlanScofield, Young Imaginations

In one of our third grade dance integration classes, whose theme was the “the math inside the dance”, we were learning and practicing a Broadway style  dance routine, asking ourselves exactly where in the dance we would be IF we stopped when exactly 75 per cent of the dance was done. Or,…

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Posted on May 16, 2012 at 10:32pm

Let's Do (Dance) the MATH!"

“Let’s Dance the Math!”

from ("Mr. S") -- AlanScofield, Young Imaginations

In one of our third grade dance integration classes, whose theme was the “the math inside the dance”, we were learning and practicing a Broadway style  dance routine, asking ourselves exactly where in the dance we would be IF we stopped when exactly 75 per cent of the dance was done. Or,…

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Posted on May 16, 2012 at 10:32pm

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