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Heather Vaughan-Southard: Who Teaches That Way?
Heather Vaughan-Southard Leave a Comment arts assessment, arts education, arts educators, Demonstrating Educator Effectiveness, Leadership Fellows, newsletter, practice, presentations, Professional Learning Community, social media, theory
Years ago, I worked with a colleague who told me she had viewed the catalogue of MAEIA assessment items and wondered, “Who Teaches that Way?” I think her impression was there was a lot of...Continue Reading
Holly Olszewski: MCACA- Keeping the Lights On
Holly Olszewski Leave a Comment arts education, arts funding, arts resources, Holly Olszewski, Leadership Fellow, MAEIA, MCACA, Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, state resources, Traverse City
Far too many projects in the arts have the lights ‘turned out’ because they lack the funding to continue. Recently, I had the wonderful opportunity to attend theContinue Reading
Museum Education and MAEIA: Support for Standards-Based Classroom Instruction by Debra Henning
Debra Henning Leave a Comment and Chocolate, Arts and Sciences, arts education, Bitter/Sweet: Coffee, Debra Henning, Detroit Institute of Arts, Getty Research Institute, Ivan Day, Mobile Tour: The Art of Food, Museum Education, Tea, The Edible Monument, The Story of Stuff
The Edible Monument: The Art of Food for Festivals, an exhibit on view at The Detroit Institute of Arts through April 16, 2017, offers a...Continue Reading
Stuart Chapman Hill: “Creating” Better Professional Development
Stuart Chapman Hill Leave a Comment arts education, arts educator testimonials, community building, create, creative process, cynthia crump taggart, experiential learning, MAEIA, music education, professional development, professional learning, reflection, response, ryan d. shaw, SAEDAE, standards, stuart chapman-hill
If you want to get a group of educators chattering in a hurry, walk into a teachers’ lounge and toss out a favorite educational “buzz” word or phrase. One of my favorites, as a middle...Continue Reading
MAEIA among prestigious peers at NASAA
National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA) Arts Education Professional Development Institute convened on Thursday, Sept 15th at the Grand Rapids Civic Theatre. The panel addressed issues of equity, access and diversity in arts education...Continue Reading
Michigan Dance Council: Elevate Dance!
This past Sunday, dancers leaders from around Michigan gathered at the Happendance School to address new initiatives and to gather input about what Michigan Dance Professionals need, including in the K-12 sector. The MAEIA tools...Continue Reading
It’s #ArtsEdWeek! Share your #BecauseofArtsEd story!
Have you heard? It is National Arts Education Week! September 11-17, 2016. The National Arts Education Week page on the Americans for the Arts website offers three...Continue Reading
Thank you, MCACA!
Thank you, Michigan Council for the Arts and Cultural Affairs for funding a portion of our work for 2016-17! We are so grateful for your partnership and the opportunity to continue to support communities in...Continue Reading