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And. . . Action! Theater Games

Theater games to connect with multiple subject areas and scale for all grade levels. Get your students moving, discussing, creating, and thinking deeply! Supporting Documents:  Theater Games Contact: Sarah Phelps

Yes, you CAN Integrate Arts and CLR!

Learn about the Rings of Culture, Common Cultural Behaviors and how we can validate, affirm, build, and bridge our students for who they are, and where we want them to grow as learners. Arts Integration strategies for validating and affirming cultural behaviors will...

Structuring Student-to-Student Feedback

Creating a culture of giving, accepting, and applying peer feedback is most effective when structured specifically for a piece of work/performance. By teaching them the process of using feedback points, students are better equipped to offer timely, specific, and...

Taking Time to Reflect

This presentation for Bridge Day goes over different resources you can use to reflect with your students before and after and arts integrated unit (or in general). Supporting Documents:  Taking Time to Reflect Teachers & Students Contact: Brianna Lubbers...

An Arts Integration Teacher’s Best Friends

Integrating art into your content area can sometimes seem overwhelming. This activity gives a few hints (Teacher’s Best Friends) that make the task more manageable. Learn some fun breathing exercises, games, and permission to give grace, help make student...

Printed Poetic Portraits

An arts integrated lesson brings writing and visual art together that results in a printed portrait that reflects who they are. Students will demonstrate skills in reflecting, writing, and revising a personal narrative, as well as provide feedback to develop a final...