Artful teaching : integrating the arts for understanding across the curriculum, K-8 / edited by David M. Donahue, Jennifer Stuart ; foreword by Cyrus E. Driver ; afterword by Lois Hetland.
Contributor(s): Donahue, David M | Stuart, Jennifer.Material type: BookPublisher: New York : Reston, VA : Teachers College Press ; National Art Education Association, c2010Description: viii, 181 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780807750803.Subject(s): Art and society -- United States | Art -- Study and teaching -- United StatesDDC classification:
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|Book||USJ Library - Ilha Verde Campus||General Circulation||372.5 ART 2010||Available||28815|
|Book||USJ Library - Ilha Verde Campus||General Circulation||372.5 ART 2010||Checked out||09/10/2019||30023|
Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction: Five best questions about arts integration : what to ask before your start / David M. Donahue and Jennifer Stuart (with Todd Elkin and Arzu Mistry) -- What is art? / Laurie Polster -- How does art connect to social justice? / David M. Donohue ... [et al.] -- Creating alliances for arts learning and arts integration / Louise Music -- Seeing is believing : making our learning through the arts visible / Stephanie Violet Juno -- Leadership for and in the arts / Lynda Tredway and Rebecca Wheat -- Arts integration : one school, one step at a time / Debra Koppman -- Musical people, a musical school / Sarah Willner -- Visual prompts in writing instruction : working with middle school English language learners / Dafney Blanca Dabach -- Creativity as classroom management : using drama and hip-hop / Evan Hastings -- Keeping reading and writing personal and powerful : bringing poetry writing and bookmaking together / Cathleen Micheaels -- Learning and teaching dance in the elementary classroom / Patty Yancey -- Working with K-12 students : teaching artists' perspectives / Ann Wettrich
The authors share exemplary arts-integrating practices across the K-8 curriculum and describe how the arts offer an entry point for gaining insight into why and how students learn