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Differentiation Model - Differentiation Central

Differentiation Model - Differentiation Central | Arts Integration in Education | Scoop.it

This flow chart is a concept map of effective Differentiated Instruction. It 'unpacks' the concept of differentiation by showing the key elements in the concept and relationships among those elements...


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New Visual Art Performance Biennial - E-Flux

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New Visual Art Performance BiennialE-Flux...

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Curriculum Is More Important Than Learning Technology

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Curriculum Is More Important Than Learning Technology

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ArtInActionProject - Arts Resources

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Arts integration resources....


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Effective Arts Integration Improves Test Scores - YottaFire

Effective Arts Integration Improves Test Scores
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Effective classroom arts integration can reduce or eliminate educational achievement gaps for economically disadvantaged students, according to a Mississippi State University research report.
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Arts Integration Revolution

Arts Integration Solutions in Tucson, Arizona.
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E-Curriculum...12 Important Points To Consider ... Digital Learning Part One

E-Curriculum...12 Important Points To Consider ... Digital Learning Part One | Arts Integration in Education | Scoop.it
Everyone is talking about a digital curriculum free of  those hard copy textbooks that have been a part of schooling since the advent of the one room schoolhouse. In this series I will investigate ...

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Arts integration: putting the A into STEAM curriculum: Melanie Skankey at TEDxSUU

Melanie Skankey is an art teacher at a science, technology, engineering, and math focused elementary school. In this talk she shares what this does and does ...
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Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners: An Updated Digital Differentiation Model

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners: An Updated Digital Differentiation Model | Arts Integration in Education | Scoop.it

An updated and revised look at the three components of digital differentiation by Susan Oxnevad. Each is a ThingLink image, so as you scroll over the image links articles, slideshows, tools and more will be available.


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Arthur JACQUEMIN's curator insight, February 12, 2013 1:41 AM

Quelques schémas et explications bien sentis...

Peta A Gray's curator insight, November 6, 2013 6:12 PM

Fantastic!

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Portal:Visual arts - Wikipedia

Portal:Visual arts - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Visual arts are a class of art forms focusing on the creation of works which are primarily visual in nature, such as painting, drawing, illustration, architecture, photography, graphic design, printmaking, and filmmaking. Those that involve moulding or modeling, such as sculpture, public art, and ceramics, are more narrowly referred to as plastic arts.

Visual arts are a class of art forms focusing on the creation of works which are primarily visual in nature, such as painting, drawing, illustration, architecture, photography, graphic design, printmaking, and filmmaking. Those that involve moulding or modeling, such as sculpture, public art, and ceramics, are more narrowly referred to as plastic arts.
The visual arts are distinguished from the performing arts, language arts, culinary arts and other such classes of artwork, but those boundaries are not rigid. Many artistic endeavors combine aspects of visual arts with one or more non-visual art forms, such as music or spoken word.
The current use of the term "visual arts" includes fine arts as well as crafts, but this was not always the case. Prior to the Arts and Crafts movement in Britain and elsewhere at the turn of the 20th century, "visual artist" referred to a person working in the fine arts (such as painting, sculpture, or printmaking) and not the handicraft, craft, or applied art disciplines.
The scope of study and appreciation of visual arts spans the globe, and reaches through time back to people drawing on stone walls. All societies have embellished their tools and toys with more visual interest than is functionally necessary.


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Executive Function, Arts Integration and Joyful Learning (Part 6 of 7) | Edutopia

Executive Function, Arts Integration and Joyful Learning (Part 6 of 7) | Edutopia | Arts Integration in Education | Scoop.it
Dr. Judy Willis, a regular Edutopia blogger, continues her series about the neuroscience of executive function, this time examining the effects of creativity and arts integration.

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Teaching through the Prism of Arts Integration

Experience the power of art integration—the blending of art and other subject areas—and see how learning comes to life. In Teaching through the Prism of Arts...
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Project-Based Learning as a Context for Arts Integration

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Project-based learning can provide an intentional and effective opportunity to integrate the arts across disciplines and curriculum.
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Personalize Learning: Personalization vs Differentiation vs Individualization

Personalize Learning: Personalization vs Differentiation vs Individualization | Arts Integration in Education | Scoop.it

We did research on what personalization is and the differences between differentiation and individualization. We found very little information on the differences. And what we did find, we disagreed with many of the points that were confusing the terms. Differentiation and Personalization are different. See more ...


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Thomas Adam Johnson's curator insight, January 16, 5:13 AM

It is important to understand there are differences between personalization, differentiation, and individualization.  This chart explains those differences.

Stephanie Golden's curator insight, March 1, 2:21 PM

Differentiation vs Individualization

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ArtsJournal – Visual Art – Prices Up, Value Down?

ArtsJournal – Visual Art – Prices Up, Value Down? | Arts Integration in Education | Scoop.it
“Going back as far as the Renaissance, artists have had an uneasy relationship to patrons and the money they offer. And the fear of mass commercialization has been a perennial theme of art at least since the days of the pop ...
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Discussing design models for hybrid/blended learning and the impact on the campus

Discussing design models for hybrid/blended learning and the impact on the campus | Arts Integration in Education | Scoop.it

The comments section has many good faculty POVs.:

 

So we did a little brainstorming. Here are some of things that were suggested in the very short time available (10 minutes or so):

Online

foundational knowledge (facts, principles, concepts, ideas, vocabulary, etc.)certain kinds of skills such as knowledge management, knowledge navigation, independent learning, creative writingsome elements of clinical practice (e.g. correct procedures, video demonstrations of equipment being used, patient symptoms)

Face-to-face

public speaking and facilitation skillsconsensus-buildingdecision-makingproblem solvingbuilding a closer relationship with/’humanising’ the instructorbody language cues from the instructor about what is really important to him/her in the coursepractical lab skills/operating equipment
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Terry Calhoun's curator insight, January 3, 6:25 AM

This post by former SCUP plenary speaker Tony Bates received the 2013 Downes Prize for online learning & distance education resources. SCUPers will find it insightful and practical. At the Downes Prize link there are a number of worthwhile runners-up.

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Arts Integration for Deeper Learning in Middle School

Critical thinking, risk taking, and collaboration -- along with academics and discipline -- are just some of the areas where Bates Middle school educators re...
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Arts Integration Lesson Plans | Education Closet

Arts Integration Lesson Plans | Education Closet | Arts Integration in Education | Scoop.it
Free Arts Integration Lesson Plans - Download one (or more) today! These Arts Integration lesson plans connect with Common Core and STEM

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Edutopia: A Research-Based Approach to Arts Integration

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At Bates Middle School in Annapolis, Maryland, arts integration has helped raise student achievement.

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The Power of Arts Integration: In the Teachers' Own Words

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The Power of Arts Integration: In the Teachers' Own Words http://t.co/60QkvvH7...

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Learning to Think Critically: A Visual Art Experiment

Learning to Think Critically: A Visual Art Experiment

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Education Closet | Where Arts Integration, Innovation and Education Converge

Education Closet | Where Arts Integration, Innovation and Education Converge | Arts Integration in Education | Scoop.it
Arts Integration Consultant Susan Riley provides strategies, lesson plans, videos and resources for using Arts Integration to meet Common Core Standards in the 21st century of education.

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Arts Integration changing the way students learn, for the better

When is the last time you heard math students singing a popular song as a class during a fraction lesson? Or building an ancient city out of clay during hist...
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Sir Ken Robinson, Creativity, Learning & the Curriculum

Edited highlights from Sir Ken Robinson's talk at Learning Without Frontiers recorded March 16th, 2011, London.
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Effective arts integration improves test scores

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Effective classroom arts integration can reduce or eliminate educational achievement gaps for economically disadvantaged students, according to a report.

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Elizabeth Sky-McIlvain's curator insight, October 23, 2013 2:50 PM

If you have always seen the Arts as an essential literacy, this comes as no surprise.  If you have been using multimedia resources and products in your teaching, this comes as no surprise.  At the least, this is a rationale for integrating those creative projects and performances into the curriculum.  At the most, it is a mandate for teachers to do so.  Time well spent.