Student Well-Being Video ‘I Wished I Could Help Tyre’: Memphis 2nd Graders Use Art, Expression to Foster Change
One Memphis teacher is using art to help her 2nd graders process, heal, and grow in the wake of Tyre Nichols' death.
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Curriculum Q&A You Can Teach About Climate Change in Every Subject and Grade Level. Here's How
Math, foreign language, even art classes offer opportunities to build students' knowledge.
Teaching Profession White House Decorations Include Teacher and Student Art. Why Educators Say That's Meaningful
Students portrayed their families, their hobbies, and their dreams for the future in the ornaments they created for the White House.
Teaching Opinion 'Arts & Crafts': Busywork or Enhanced Learning?
With planning, teachers can use creative projects to add value to the curriculum.
Personalized Learning Spotlight Spotlight on Personalized Learning in 2022
This Spotlight will help you evaluate the debate between mastery and seat-time, tailored instruction for individual students, and more.
Teaching Opinion How to Keep Art Front and Center in Instruction
Three educators wrap up a series on using art in content classes by discussing their use of picture books, recycling projects, and more.
Teaching Opinion Strategies for Using Art in Math, English, Science, and History
Employing art to explore geometric patterns and to scaffold essay writing are among the ways educators can use art in their classes.
Teaching Opinion 13 Ways to Use Art in Content Classes
Bringing art to assessments, to increase vocabulary knowledge, and to practice grammar are ways teachers incorporate it in their classes.
Curriculum Theater Educators Struggle to Keep Shows Going Amid COVID-19
Convinced that the show must go on, high school theater troupes are turning to livestreamed shows, outdoor performances, and radio plays.
Student Well-Being Photos A School Play in a COVID World
The Taipei American School’s performance of The Little Mermaid went on, despite coronavirus restrictions.
Science Quiz Quiz Yourself: How Much Do You Know About STEAM and Coding?
Quiz Yourself: How are schools infusing the arts into STEM education and how are students becoming interested in coding?
Every Student Succeeds Act How Arts Teachers Are Strengthening Students' Social-Emotional Muscles
Arts experiences—like singing in a choir or drawing graffiti—can open students to new ways of thinking, and offer teachers powerful opportunities to develop students’ social and emotional skills.
Curriculum Can Music Class Make Students Smarter in Other Subjects?
High schoolers who participate in music courses may score higher on exams in their academic subjects, according to a new study by Canadian researchers.