Whether you’re teaching or learning about Renaissance art, literature or history, having texts, images of artwork and artifacts on hand can make the process easier. With these six informative apps, you can carry the Renaissance around with you.
If I were still in a classroom teaching digital graphics, animation, & video, THIS infographic would be blown up as a poster in my room... - SDS
"If you've seen Pixar's "Up," there's a good chance you left the theatre with tear-stained 3D glasses after witnessing the simple, heartbreaking romance between chatty adventure girl Ellie and her grumpy beaux Carl."
I can't even begin to imagine what school would have been like for me if we hadn't had access to a strong arts program. Being able to take art classes in high school and having great elementary teachers who integrated arts into their curriculum made school much more relevant and engaging for me... -- SDS
From the blog post:
"When the budget cuts start, the first victim is usually the arts. The people who make the financial decisions think that the arts don’t matter. How wrong they are. Why do they prioritize the ..."
At one high school in Texas, where every class in every grade is project based, the answer is devotion to a consistent process, belief in relationships, and commitment to relevance and rigor. Results? Hard to beat.