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Heather Vaughan-Southard: Who Teaches That Way?

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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...

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Cathy DePentu: Excited and Engaged in Teaching After 35 Years!

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Thirty-five years ago a guidance counselor asked me, “Why should we schedule a student all four years in Orchestra? Aren’t students just repeating the same class?” I attempted to explain that students continue to...

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Tammi Browning: The Arts Prepare Students to Reach Their Potential

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Reading mission statements of school districts all over America, I find a universal educational purpose they seek to attain: To equip students with the skills necessary to reach their maximum potential in becoming self-sufficient, contributing...

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Cheryl Poole: Watching as They Assembled the MAEIA Tools

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Cheryl L. Poole is an educator with more than 40 years of experience in visual arts, museum administration and facilitating professional learning. She has had the pleasure of working with educators in the MAEIA...

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