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  • Joe Hoksbergen

    Helpful article

  • Maria Cardona

    10 ways art is fundamental to education - The Artful Parent

  • Pat Pinciotti

    Art fundamental to education - Weekend Look Book

  • Kate Harris

    Art was always one of my favorite subjects in school, I think I learned a lot more in those classes than people think. I also love the website, it's literally like reading a magazine. Visual Arts Standard 1 Creating, Performing, & Participating in the Arts, Standard 2 Knowing & Using Arts Materials & Resources, Standard 3 Responding to & Analyzing Works of Art. #advocacy

  • Navah Becker

    art education article in WNC Parent

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art advocacy- great info....wish they would have proof read for spelling and grammar. :(

Love this list- I could see c cropping out the art and having students create their own work to accompany this idea Twitter / ArtisticEdge_CA: #AOEConf2013

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Lesson Plan Template for Art Education (I like that you simply circle which objectives, materials, and standards apply to that lesson, and that there's a small sample of what the project's end result looks like)

Arts Education Infographic

This poster examines the connection between arts and education. By using interesting visuals along with statistics, the poster grabs the viewers attention through its aesthetics, while still being informative. I found the poster to be interesting since i go to an art school. It enlightens viewers and helps them to recognize the impact that art and design may have in education.

Love this behavior Game board! DSCF1889 by teachingpalette, via Flickr