The purpose of this directory is to present teaching artists and community-based educators who utilize the arts to provide exciting, interactive learning experiences for youth, teens, adults, seniors, and special needs individuals. Many of these models are based on new findings in brain research and cognitive development, and they embrace a variety of approaches: using the arts as a learning tool (for example, musical notes to teach fractions); incorporating arts into other core classes (writing and performing a play about, say, slavery); creating a school environment rich in arts and culture (Mozart in the hallways every day) and hands-on arts instruction.
Long term outcomes of music education: results of a thirty-five year longitudinal study. Arts education, comprising a rich array of disciplines including dance, music, theatre, media arts, literature, design, and visual arts, is a core academic subject and an essential element of a complete and balanced education for all students. A panel of arts professionals will review the applications and recommend funding to our Board of Commissioners.
The toolkit gives organizations detailed information about how to plan, run, provide training, and evaluate arts programs for at-risk youth. Provide opportunities for students, educators, parents, and other community members to enter into creative dialogue with professional artists and one another through the arts. Assist in developing new strategies in sequential arts curriculum development, implementation, evaluation and assessment. AIE students want to learn to analyze issues of access and quality in all kinds of schools and community settings and how to design and manage arts programs in these settings. Below are some talking points about both the importance of arts education, as well as the decline of arts education in our country.
Whatever inspires you, a major in education gives you access to a wide range of learning experiences to hone your abilities and enable you to engage positively in any context. And the percentage of high school students taking art classes has nearly tripled.
This course is aimed at students with an interest in developing their training as teachers in the field of arts and education, in carrying out participative and collaborative intervention projects, in developing inclusive research proposals to participate in institutions and groups.