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Environments Matter

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Arts Integration on a Bumper Sticker

The first large-scale Learning Expedition we mounted in our young charter school for ecology and the arts in 2005 was, “In the Shadow of the Hermit,” an investigation into the life of a fascinating local Las Vegas, New Mexico historical … Continue reading

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Making Time for Arts Integration

At a recent dance and science integration workshop that I led in mid-Ohio, a participating teacher raised the sixty-four-dollar question that teachers always have when dipping into these waters: How are we going to have time to do this? With … Continue reading

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EduSpeak: Nonlinguistic Processing

Robert Marzano writes about something he calls “representing knowledge nonlinguistically.” He fails to note, however, that integrating the arts into the classroom results in this type of mental processing by its very nature. Sometimes it’s hard to see what’s right in front of your face. Continue reading

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