The Arts Go to School: Classroom-based activities that focus on music, painting, drama, movement, media, and more

Thoughtful and timely, this unique collection features chapters on each of the major art forms music, visual arts, drama, dance, and all forms of modern media Rooted in authentic experiences, the book gives a glimpse into real, exemplary classrooms where the arts are used to bring learning to life Checklists throughout the book provide handy reminders to key outcomes, aThoughtful and timely, this unique collection features chapters on each of the major art forms music, visual arts, drama, dance, and all forms of modern media Rooted in authentic experiences, the book gives a glimpse into real, exemplary classrooms where the arts are used to bring learning to life Checklists throughout the book provide handy reminders to key outcomes, and guide teachers in encouragement and assessment.
The Arts Go to School Classroom based activities that focus on music painting drama movement media and more Thoughtful and timely this unique collection features chapters on each of the major art forms music visual arts drama dance and all forms of modern media Rooted in authentic experiences the book

  • Title: The Arts Go to School: Classroom-based activities that focus on music, painting, drama, movement, media, and more
  • Author: DavidBooth Masayuki Hachiya
  • ISBN: 9781551381756
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Arts Go to School: Classroom-based activities that focus on music, painting, drama, movement, media, and more”

    1. "The Arts Go To School… can give teachers ideas of how to incorporate arts into their curriculum and not leave it only for art class.would be especially helpful for upper elementary grades.The Arts Go To School is a great book for school leaders or classroom teachers interested in expanding our students' access to art. The book offers suggestions for a variety of content areas and can inspire teachers to come up with their own ideas on how to use dance, visual arts, music, drama, or media to t [...]

    2. I had high expectations for this book but found it had little new to offer. Perhaps, it would be helpful for teachers with little arts teaching experience.

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