Wall Street JournalChains That Set Us FreeWall Street JournalThe writer GK Chesterton once declared, "Art consists in limitation. The most beautiful part of every picture is the frame." Pop songs have choruses and refrains.
Ewan McIntosh spoke at TEDx London in September about re-framing the way learners engage with problems. Currently, the world's education systems are crazy about problem-based learning, but they're obsessed with the wrong bit of it.
Steam by Ronan_C on flickr*Have you heard of STEM to STEAM? You may have heard the phrase around the web, at conferences, or even on my blog- it's one that comes up relatively frequently in arts ed advocacy circles.
Monday's post “Arts Integration for the Art Teacher” by our guest blogger, Elizabeth Peterson inspired me to look back and do a little “Blast from the Past” from AOE's archives to give you even more ideas to integrate the arts ...
A group of NEA fine and performing arts educators, patrons and advocates who lobby to keep arts education a vibrant, vital and required part of the curriculum for our nation's students, schools & communities.