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Seamless & Sustained:
An Integrated Curriculum

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2011
8:00 – 4:00
Kutztown University’s
Annual Art Education Conference



Seamless and Sustained: An Integrated Curriculum
will provide conference attendees hands-on professional development focused on arts-based interdisciplinary inquiry. Attendees will participate in collaborative investigations as they explore art as interdisciplinary inquiry and consider how an integrated curriculum may be facilitated in their future classrooms.

Seamless and Sustained: An Integrated Curriculum is intended to be timely by being mindful of the climate of contemporary artworld as well as the state of reform in our schools. Integration as art-based inquiry can illuminate both the commonalities and differences between art and other disciplines clarifying how ideas are conceptualized and shared (Marshall, 2006). “Integration does not devalue art as a domain unto itself but acknowledges its power and scope” (Marshall, 2006, p.19). Through substantive arts integration, non-art teachers and colleagues have an opportunity to experience the depth of student inquiry that emerges from incorporating the arts across the curriculum and collaborating with teaching artists.

School reformists refer to 21st Century Skills as the ability to perform cross-disciplinary work, integrate multiple skill sets, and wrestle with ambiguity for creative and complex problem solving. In terms of school reform, arts integration is efficient, simultaneously addressing multidisciplinary skills and outcomes (President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, 2011).

— Carrie Nordlund, Conference Co-Chair


Facilitators:


Julia Marshall

Professor Art Education, San Francisco State University

Julia Marshall is chair of Art Education at San Francisco State University. She holds an EdD from the University of San Francisco and an MFA in sculpture from the University of Wisconsin. Julia taught for many years as an artist in the schools in the Bay Area where she specialized in art integration for elementary, middle and high school. She also has extensive experience working with children and adolescents in museums and cultural centers. Julia’s scholarship and interests lie in contemporary art and art-based research as they relate to art education, integration of art with the academic curriculum, and the intersection between creativity and learning. Her writings, which include articles in Studies in Art Education, Art Education and numerous art education anthologies, and her many presentations at national and international conferences, address these topics. Julia also has written integrated arts curricula based on concepts and practices in contemporary art for The Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco), KQED (San Francisco Public Television) and The Nelson Gallery at The University of California at Davis.

 


Amy Youngs

Associate Professor of Art, The Ohio State University

Amy Youngs creates biological art, interactive sculptures and digital media works that explore the complex relationship between technology and our changing concept of nature and self. Research interests include: interactions with plants and animals, technological nature follies, constructed ecosystems and seeing through the eyes of machines. She has created installations that amplify the sounds and movements of living worms, indoor ecosystems that grow edible plants, a multi-channel interactive video sculpture for a science museum, as well as videos and community projects involving public web cams.

Youngs has exhibited her works nationally and internationally at venues such as the Te Papa Museum in New Zealand, the Trondheim Electronic Arts Centre in Norway, the Biennale of Electronic Arts in Australia, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contempor‡neo in Spain and the Tweed Museum in Duluth, MN. She has published articles in Leonardo and Nouvel Objet and her work was profiled in the book, Art in Action, Nature, Creativity & our Collective Future. She has lectured widely, at venues such as the Australian Center For the Moving Image in Australia and the Walker Art Center. She received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1999 and is currently an Associate Professor of Art at the Ohio State University, where she teaches media arts and eco arts courses. www.hypernatural.com


Conference attendees will:


• employ arts-based inquiry to express ideas.

• investigate relationships between meaning making in the arts and inquiry in areas outside of art.

• explore the implications of art as interdisciplinary inquiry.

• imagine and plan for integration practices in PreK-12 settings.

• collaborate with a network of educators interested in emerging practices of education.

Workshop Sessions:


(1:15 - 2:15)
Integrating Art and Politics: Utilizing Project Based Learning

Katlyn Wolfgang and Dayna Laur  Read Bios

Katlyn Wolfgang is from York, PA and is a third-year art teacher at Central York High School. She is the advisor for the York High School National Art Honor Society as well as the 9th grade class. She completed her B.S. in Art Education from Millersville University in 2009 and is working on completing her Masters in Teaching and Curriculum from Penn State York.

Dayna Laur is a 14-year veteran social studies teacher at Central York High School in York, PA. She is a National Faculty Member for the Buck Institute for Education and presents nationally on Project Based Learning (PBL), the Common Core, integrated curriculum, and technology integration in the classroom. During her tenure as a classroom teacher, Dayna has been integral in promoting both PBL and technology integration through the Classrooms for the Future initiative in PA. Dayna has a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Pittsburgh and a M.S. in 21st Century Teaching and Learning from Wilkes University, and her National Board Certification.

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Discover the outcomes of a cross-discipline integration project developed by two high school teachers and featured on Edutopia, a George Lucas Educational Foundation website dedicated to improving K-12 learning by advocating for innovative, evidence-based teaching strategies.

Schools That Work: Integrating Art and Politics to Improve High School Student Engagement Teachers from Central York High School in York, PA


(1:15 - 2:15)
Artists in the Classroom: Making Connections through Arts Integration

Kathy Odorizzi and William Christine   Read Bios

Kathy Odorizzi is the Arts in Education and School Programs Manager for the Allentown Art Museum.  She manages the Arts in Education Partnership that the museum holds with the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. Kathy facilitates artist residencies at schools and community organizations, develops professional development opportunities for teachers and artists, and advocates on behalf of arts in education. She holds a B.S. in Art Education from Kutztown University and has sixteen years of experience in the museum field, including work at the National Canal Museum, Easton, PA, and Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens, Akron, OH.

William Christine is an artist who has taught various populations including college students, adjudicated youth, senior citizens, public school students and, most recently, preschoolers. Currently he is an Artist in Residence through the auspices of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Artist in Education Program. He also serves as the Academic Artist in Residence for the Northampton Community College Early Childhood Education Program.  He has helped deliver Art as a Way of Learning presentations for the National Association for the Education of Young Children conferences in Dallas ‘08 and Chicago ‘07. His most recent painting exhibitions have been solo shows at the Banana Factory in Bethlehem, PA and Prince Street Gallery in New York City.

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Learn how the Allentown Art Museum facilitates artist residencies through their Arts in Education Partnership with the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. With help from painter and teaching artist William Christine, learn about artist residencies that can benefit student learning and help teachers achieve their academic goals through making meaningful and relevant connections between the arts and other core subjects.

www.princestreetgallery.com


(1:15 - 2:15)
Trail to Every Classroom

Kris Tuerk and Jennifer Wyland  Read Bios

Kris Tuerk teaches art at Kutztown Middle School. Her educational philosophy is to teach life through ART to the entire student body. She wants her students to enjoy art as an experimentation of knowledge and to know that their accomplishments are valued. She recognizes the importance of relevancy in art as a means to assist students in generating their own questions, helping them to be reflective and inquiry-based learners. Kris obtained her B.S. (1984), M.Ed. in Art Education (2009), and B.F.A. Crafts/Textiles (1994) at Kutztown University.

Kris advises “Sculpting Futures: The Visual Arts Program at Kutztown Middle School”. The student members have been involved in the following activities: FOA-The Festival of the Arts, Paint The Town Gold, Community Art in Action: Bread Clip Alert, Adventures in the Land of Art–an after school art program, Schuylkill Action Network and collaborating with the science department on Sacony Marsh activities. Kris supports collaborative engagements with Kutztown University through student observations, early-field students and teacher candidate students where both university level and middle level students work together to have fun and learn through art. Kris is a winner of the 2011 Community Involvement Art Advocacy Award from Kutztown University. She has presented at and participated in the following:

Surface Design Workshop. Pennsylvania Art Education Association Retreat at KU. 2011.

“Service Learning: Building Community Pride One Bread-Clip at a Time”. Eastern Region PA Middle School Association. 2010.

“Trail to Every Classroom: Using Public Lands as a Basis for School and Community-wide Collaboration”. With Jen Wyland. Eastern Region PA Middle School Association. 2009.

“Invitation to the Dinner Party Summer Institute” with Judy Chicago and KU Curriculum Team. Curriculum plans were accepted to be a part of “The Dinner Party Curriculum Project”. 2007.

The landscape greatly inspires Kris as a practicing artist. The garden inspires the ever-changing natural environment— colors, textures, forms, smells and sounds. Kris travels to re-discover her intuitive ability and to create and explore her own visions, experimenting with new ideas with color and form. Her other creative venues are cooking the foods from her garden, plein-air painting, photography, creating ceramic bowls that represent the garden and Tuerk’s Cookery Collection w/ Market Bags, all of which are for sale from Kristen Tuerk’s Creative Arts Institute, Kutztown, PA.

Jennifer Wyland is the 7th grade life science teacher at Kutztown Middle School. She has a B.S. in Secondary Education, Biology and M.Ed. in Science Education; both from Clarion University. She has been involved in many different fellowships that revolve around her science and education interests, including: Earthwatch, Planting Science, Research Teacher at Hershey Medical Center, TTEC (A Trail to Every Classroom) presenter and participant, and Delaware Watershed Mystery Institute. Through her participation in TTEC, she has gained an excitement of the outdoors, and with this new inspiration, takes her students outside to explore and rediscover their natural environment, once a month. What better way to investigate the world around them than through art and science? A Trail to Every Classroom program really enabled a collaborative approach to science through the arts.

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Learn how a middle school art and science teacher utilizes a federal initiative as a vehicle for interdisciplinary teaming, school-wide programming and community partnership.


(1:15 - 2:15)
Art and Arithmetic in the Waldorf School
Grades 1 – 4

Eugene Schwartz  Read Bio

Eugene Schwartz is a graduate of Columbia University. He has worked with all stages of life, from the young child to the elderly and the dying. He began his teaching career by adapting the Waldorf schools' curriculum to educate a group of adolescents with disabilities and emotional challenges, after which he became a class teacher at Green Meadow Waldorf School. After many years of service to Green Meadow, Eugene now works worldwide as an educational consultant and lecturer. He currently serves as a Fellow of the Research Institute for Waldorf Education.

In addition to his thirty years of experience as a class teacher, high school teacher, and educator of Waldorf teachers, Eugene has served as a consultant to Waldorf endeavors throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, England, Ireland, Mexico, Austria, and Italy.  Over the past decade, he has worked in this capacity with over one hundred twenty-five schools, including public schools in the New York metropolitan region and Waldorf charter schools in the West.  Eugene was awarded a prestigious Teaching Fellowship at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in Princeton, NJ, in which capacity he worked with public school teachers from across the nation.  Eugene also worked closely with the late Ernest Boyer, the Foundation's president, to establish new curricular ideas and methods. 

Eugene has lectured on innovative ideas in education at Harvard, Columbia, University of Tennessee Medical Center, Roehampton University in London, and the Aspen Institute. In 2006 he gave the first lectures on Waldorf education ever presented in Turkey. Eugene has also served as an Adjunct Instructor on the faculty of the Waldorf Masters Program at Touro University in Vallejo, California, focusing on educational issues facing public Waldorf schools in the United States.

Eugene's books and articles have been published widely in the United States and have been translated into German, Hungarian, Russian, Czech, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, Chinese, and Italian.  Over fifty of Eugene's lectures and collections of student work are available at www.millennialchild.com.  He is currently producing a series of introductory videos entitled Discover Waldorf Education, which may be viewed on YouTube.com.  He has also pioneered the development of online Waldorf teacher conferences and workshops, which have been attended by hundreds of Waldorf practitioners worldwide.

Eugene has written and directed three films in association with Hagens Production Studios:
Waldorf Education: A Vision of Wholeness (1995)
Eurythmy: Making Movement Human (2006)
Waldorf Education for All (2011)

Eugene’s books and videos include: 
Dragonsblood: An Environmental Fairy Tale
Waldorf Education: Schools for the Twenty-First Century
Millennial Child
Why the Setting Sun Turns Red and Other Stories for Children
Adolescence, the Search for the Self
Seeing, Hearing, Learning: The Interplay of the Eye and Ear in Waldorf Education
Rhythms and Turning Points in the Life of the Child 

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Consider and explore the use of playful movement, “Form Drawing,” and storytelling as artistic approaches to the teaching of arithmetic in the primary grades. Observe how the Waldorf educator relies on artistry and inquiry to spark students’ interest in multiplication tables, the four operations, place value, and fractions.

Eugene Schwartz, Waldorf Education Consultant and Scholar
www.millennialchild.com


(1:15 - 2:15)
Elementary Art and Interdisciplinary Activities: Some Ideas, Projects, and Practices for The Changing Curriculum in Today’s Elementary Schools

Maureen Yoder, Theresa Diaz, Roula Elliker  Read Bios

Maureen Yoder has been teaching art to elementary students at Muhlenberg School District in Laureldale, Pennsylvania since 1994. Prior to teaching art, Maureen lived in New York City, where she worked as a painter, animator, illustrator, and graphic designer. She received her Master’s in Art Education in 2008 from Kutztown University. For her thesis project she wrote and illustrated a book for young readers entitled Women in Art History: A Feminist Art Activities Book. She has co-written an article entitled “Elementary and Secondary Museum Studies” which was published in Arts and Activities. In the summer of 2011 Maureen participated as a summer scholar at the National Endowment for the Humanities Institute, Mesoamerican Studies: Spotlight on Oaxaca.

Theresa Diaz is the librarian at Muhlenberg Elementary Center since 1992. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in American Civilization and Urban Studies from Brown University, a Masters in Teaching from Lewis and Clark College, and Masters in Information Science from Drexel University. She is actively involved in promoting reading and literacy in the school community and has served on the board of the Muhlenberg Community Library, as well as assistant director of the AccessPA Regional Group.

Argyro (Roula) S. Elliker was born in Greece and raised in Philadelphia and Slippery Rock, PA. She had the privilege of learning two languages growing up. She earned her B.S. Ed. from Slippery Rock University, majoring in Secondary Education, with certification in Biology, General Science and Environmental Education. She earned her M.S. Ed. from Johns Hopkins University, with certification as a Reading Specialist. She earned her Ed. D. from Widener University in Reading and Language Arts. She worked as a science teacher at Annapolis Junior High and as a study skills instructor at Lehigh County Community College. She is presently employed as a reading specialist at Muhlenberg School District. She loves words and children. She is a mother of five children and grandmother of three. Her thesis and treasured daily work is generating a love of literacy across all boundaries. Her focus on creating connections that tell a story most recently began during a tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.  And her most recent vision is helping Reading, PA to become the "Reading Capital of the World."

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Gather lesson plan ideas focused on elementary interdisciplinary studies. Consider outcomes of a schoolwide visiting author program implemented by a collaborative team, an elementary art teacher, librarian, and language arts program coordinator. 


(2:30 - 3:30)
English and Art: Two Subjects, Two Teachers, One Ongoing Collaboration

Katlyn Wolfgang and Katie Anderson  Read Bios

Katlyn Wolfgang is from York, PA and is a third-year art teacher at Central York High School. She is the advisor for the York High School National Art Honor Society as well as the 9th grade class. She completed her B.S. in Art Education from Millersville University in 2009 and is working on completing her Masters in Teaching and Curriculum from Penn State York.

Katie Anderson teaches 9th grade English at Central York High School and serves as the advisor for the Creative Writing Club and co-advisor for the Scholastic Writing Competition. She attained her Bachelor's Degree in English Writing at Saint Leo University in Florida. She attended the University of Massachusetts in Boston where she attained her Master's in English Education. She has worked on the development of the Keystone Project-Based Assessments through the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Katie is currently working on her Writing Instruction Specialist certificate through Penn State Harrisburg.

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Two high school teachers, an English and art teacher, will share their best practices and provide examples from their collaborative projects of varying degrees of integration.


(2:30 - 3:30)
Using the Allentown Art Museum: The Real & The Virtual

John Pepper  Read Bio

John Pepper is the Adult Programs Coordinator for the education department of the Allentown Art Museum. He plans educational programs for the museum and also teaches Art History at Lehigh Carbon Community College. Before entering into the field of education, John was a publishing art director and designer with a number of national magazines. John holds a BFA from Kutztown University and Art Education certification in PA and NJ.

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Investigate works of art at the Allentown Art Museum and consider the museum as a central learning tool for developing curriculum. Explore the current exhibit, Shared Treasures: The Legacy of Samuel Kress, and the upcoming Who Shot Rock & Roll, to create lesson plans based on specific artworks beyond your classroom in conjunction with the Allentown Art Museum.


(2:30 - 3:30)
Curriculum Circles

Ronda Seymour  Read Bio

Ronda Lee Seymour is a local graduate from Schuylkill Valley High School and Kutztown University. She now serves those schools that she once attended. She holds a B.S. in Art Education and a Masters in Telecommunication from Kutztown University.  Ronda also received her Masters in Educational Leadership with a principal certification from Wilkes University in 2009.  She enjoys designing thematic units to cover a broad range of art movements and media.  Her students use the art elements and principles of design to compose two-dimensional and three-dimensional traditional and contemporary artworks while focusing on particular countries or continents.

When Ronda is not in the classroom, she is running and racing.  Exercising renews her spirit and gives her time to brainstorm ideas.  She believes running fosters mental and physical toughness and creative problem-solving. Her family plays, prays, crafts, swims, reads, bakes, bikes, skates, dances, sings, hikes, vacations, learns together, and stays together!

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A middle school art teacher invites you to sit around the curriculum circle to learn, discuss and create integrated art lessons and learning encounters.


(2:30 - 3:30)
Geometry and Mathematics in the Waldorf School
Grades 5 – 8

Eugene Schwartz  Read Bio

Eugene Schwartz is a graduate of Columbia University. He has worked with all stages of life, from the young child to the elderly and the dying. He began his teaching career by adapting the Waldorf schools' curriculum to educate a group of adolescents with disabilities and emotional challenges, after which he became a class teacher at Green Meadow Waldorf School. After many years of service to Green Meadow, Eugene now works worldwide as an educational consultant and lecturer. He currently serves as a Fellow of the Research Institute for Waldorf Education.

In addition to his thirty years of experience as a class teacher, high school teacher, and educator of Waldorf teachers, Eugene has served as a consultant to Waldorf endeavors throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, England, Ireland, Mexico, Austria, and Italy.  Over the past decade, he has worked in this capacity with over one hundred twenty-five schools, including public schools in the New York metropolitan region and Waldorf charter schools in the West.  Eugene was awarded a prestigious Teaching Fellowship at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in Princeton, NJ, in which capacity he worked with public school teachers from across the nation.  Eugene also worked closely with the late Ernest Boyer, the Foundation's president, to establish new curricular ideas and methods. 

Eugene has lectured on innovative ideas in education at Harvard, Columbia, University of Tennessee Medical Center, Roehampton University in London, and the Aspen Institute. In 2006 he gave the first lectures on Waldorf education ever presented in Turkey. Eugene has also served as an Adjunct Instructor on the faculty of the Waldorf Masters Program at Touro University in Vallejo, California, focusing on educational issues facing public Waldorf schools in the United States.

Eugene's books and articles have been published widely in the United States and have been translated into German, Hungarian, Russian, Czech, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, Chinese, and Italian.  Over fifty of Eugene's lectures and collections of student work are available at www.millennialchild.com.  He is currently producing a series of introductory videos entitled Discover Waldorf Education, which may be viewed on YouTube.com.  He has also pioneered the development of online Waldorf teacher conferences and workshops, which have been attended by hundreds of Waldorf practitioners worldwide.

Eugene has written and directed three films in association with Hagens Production Studios:
Waldorf Education: A Vision of Wholeness (1995)
Eurythmy: Making Movement Human (2006)
Waldorf Education for All (2011)

Eugene’s books and videos include: 
Dragonsblood: An Environmental Fairy Tale
Waldorf Education: Schools for the Twenty-First Century
Millennial Child
Why the Setting Sun Turns Red and Other Stories for Children
Adolescence, the Search for the Self
Seeing, Hearing, Learning: The Interplay of the Eye and Ear in Waldorf Education
Rhythms and Turning Points in the Life of the Child 

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This session will offer an introduction to Waldorf School pedagogy specific to the teaching of mathematics imbued with beauty and artistic discipline such as middle school students’ forays into drawing geometrical figures with instruments, artistic approaches to physics, and the application of the Fibonacci series in the study of human anatomy.

Eugene Schwartz, Waldorf Education Consultant and Scholar
www.millennialchild.com


(2:30 - 3:30)
The Picturebook: Integration Across the Curriculum

Julie Hovanec  Read Bio

Julia Hovanec, adjunct Professor of Art Education has over twenty-four years of experience. She taught elementary and middle school art in The School District of the City of York and currently inspires undergraduate art and education students at Kutztown. Professor Hovanec has presented at conferences at the local and national level as well as well as facilitated professional development workshops and seminars in Pennsylvania. Currently, she is conducting field research and is expected to complete her dissertation in the Fall of 2011 through Capella University. Her work involves pre-service art teachers, professional identity and reflective practice.

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Come relish in picturebooks as sources for curriculum integration. This session offers opportunities to make substantive connections across disciplines through diverse forms of art (visual, music, dance, and drama).


(2:30 - 3:30)
Art As A Way Of Learning: Making Art the Center of Early Childhood Education

Rebecca L. Gorton, Roger D. Phillips, Patricia Pinciotti, Anuradha Sachdev  
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Rebecca L. Gorton is Administrator Emeritus of the Center for Early Childhood Education at Northampton Community College, Bethlehem, PA. She was instrumental in the development of AWL®, a professional development program for the integration of the arts across the curriculum. She served as the Project Director for the grant-funded PASELA.

Roger D. Phillips is a developmental psychologist in private practice. He provides child development, mental health, program evaluation and applied research consultation to projects and organizations serving infants, young children and their families. He has provided research consultation to AWL® since its inception and was the lead evaluator for PASELA.

Patricia Pinciotti is a Professor of Early Childhood & Elementary Education at East Stroudsburg University. She was one of the innovators of AWL® and has been the art consultant since its inception, as well as the primary author of Art as a Way of Learning: Explorations in Teaching (2001). She served as the lead trainer and consultant in the professional development for PASELA.

Anuradha Sachdev is the current Interim Director of Early Childhood Education & Art as a Way of Learning® at Northampton Community College. She has extensive experience as a teacher in and director of early childhood education programs, with particular expertise in cross-cultural settings. She served as the literacy coach to all preschool staff and artists during PASELA.

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This presentation will focus on an innovative approach to early childhood education -- Art As A Way Of Learning (AWL) -- that places art at the center of all teaching and learning in a model preschool program. In addition to describing the core principles and practices of AWL, the presenters will describe an evaluation of its impact on the language, literacy and school readiness of a high-risk population preparing for kindergarten entry.

Phillips, Gorton, Pinciotti, Sachdev, Promising Findings on Preschoolers' Emergent Literacy and School Readiness In Arts- integrated Early Childhood Settings

 


6 Act 48 hours available for full attendance in the Conference


CONFERENCE RESOURCES:

Marshall, J. Connecting Art, Learning, and Creativity: A Case for Curriculum Integration

Marshall, J. Substantive Art Integration = Exemplary Art Education

Marshall, J. Articulate Images- Bringing the Pictures of Science and Natural History into the Art Curriculum

Marshall, J. Five Ways to Integrate: Using Strategies from
Contemporary Art

Art of AMY YOUNGS: Changing relationships between technology, nature and self
www.hypernatural.com
http://art.osu.edu/people/amy-youngs

http://www.ecofriend.com/entry/delve-with-us-into-the-world-of-interactive-sculptures-with-amy-youngs/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wxKi5z5F-w

http://www.v2.nl/archive/people/amy-youngs/view<

Reinvesting in Arts Education: Winning America's Future Through Creative Schools

Tucson Schools Enhance Learning with the Arts

Waldorf-Inspired Public Schools Are on the Rise

Team Teaching: Two Teachers, Three Subjects, One Project

Common Sense: An Overview of Integrated Studies

Science to Art, and Vice Versa

NATHALIE MIEBACH - Artist who focuses on the intersection of art and science as well as visual art and music.
www.nathaliemiebach.com
School of the Museum of Fine Arts - Nathalie Miebach

Musical Sculptures Translate Weather Data Into Art

John Dahlsen Environmental Artist

Theo Jansen, Dutch Artist, Strandbeests (Wind-powered, genetically-inspired structures)

Ted Talks: Liz Coleman's Call to Reinvent Liberal Arts Education--Interconnectedness

Ted Talks: Mae Jemison on Teaching Arts and Sciences Together

Title: How Important is Teaching Literacy in All Content Areas?

Mississippi's Whole Schools Initiative

The Arts Are An "R" Too: Integrating the Arts and Improving Student Literacy (and More) in the Mississippi Arts Commission's Whole Schools Initiative

Integrated Disciplines: Understanding the Role of Art in Science Education in a Preschool

Arts Integration Isn't Enough

Arts for Learning: Connecting the Arts with Literacy, Learning and Life

Arts for Learning Web Library

Visual art for teaching reading and writing standards

 Book Bibliography for Arts Integration

Line Printing: A Process for Exploring Mathematical Concepts by
Cathy Weisman Topal

English and Art Conference Prezi Presentation by K. Wolfgang and K. Anderson
http://prezi.com/w6lkrlegknwz/english-and-art-to-subjects-two-teachers-one-
ongoing-collaboration/

George Segal Unit Overview  by K. Wolfgang and K. Anderson 

George Segal Brainstorm Worksheet by K. Wolfgang and K. Anderson

George Segal Collaboration Worksheet by K. Wolfgang and K. Anderson

George Segal Reflection Worksheet by K. Wolfgang and K. Anderson

 


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