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FOCUS ON FLEXIBILITY AND RESOURCEFULNESS: Resources for Arts Education. What the Arts Do for Your School…. Improve student attendance Encourage enthusiasm for learning Support students in becoming “agents of their own learning”

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FOCUS ON FLEXIBILITY

AND RESOURCEFULNESS:

Resources for Arts Education

what the arts do for your school
What the Arts Do for Your School…
  • Improve student attendance
  • Encourage enthusiasm for learning
  • Support students in becoming “agents of their own learning”
  • Provide students with opportunities to develop their own voice
  • Present educators with a richer picture of their students
  • Benefit all students - particularly struggling learners
  • Demand active engagement in complex tasks that invoke cognitive, affective, kinesthetic skills
times are challenging
Times are Challenging…
  • FOCUS
  • FLEXIBILITY
  • RESOURCES
the big picture what you can do
THE BIG PICTURE: What You Can Do...
  • Maintain commitment
  • Focus energy and time
  • Sustain and grow conversations with school leaders, colleagues, and parents
  • Keep the arts at the “table”
  • Connect with colleagues about arts learning and making connections to student learning
leadership in the arts
Leadership in the Arts…
  • Connect with parents and colleagues
  • Advocate
  • Network
  • Build community around the arts
  • Collaborate
  • Innovate
advocacy
Advocacy
  • Promote the arts in your school community
  • Use the resources of your cultural community
  • Manage an Arts Newsletter or Bulletin Board with special events, highlight student and staff achievements in the arts
  • Work closely with Parent Coordinator
  • Solicit suggestions from school community
  • Publish student reviews and critiques
  • REMEMBER—RELATIONSHIPS COUNT!
critical role of arts education liaison
Critical Role of Arts Education Liaison
  • Understand ArtsCount and accountability for the arts
  • Support the principal as designated in preparation and completion of
    • Annual Arts Education Survey data
    • Review Annual Arts in Schools Report
    • Assist in demonstrating evidence of student arts learning for School Quality Review (3.1)
  • Serve as key communications person for the school
  • Advise principal about appropriate arts and cultural programs and services
  • Engage members of the school community
  • Advocate for students’ arts learning experiences
  • Support opportunities for student performances and exhibitions of student artwork;
  • Collaborate with parent coordinator regarding parent participation in arts events and programs;
  • Use the Cultural Pass
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What new ideas are you taking back to your schools about resources for the arts?

  • How can you use these resources to benefit your school and students?