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Formative Assessment and Fine Arts Education: Embracing Assessment to Support Student Needs
Editor’s Note This is the second of a three part blog series by Tara Kintz exploring the intersections of formative assessment and the fine arts. In this blog she prompts us...Continue Reading
The Music Education, COVID-19 Roller Coaster Ride!
So, let’s do a quick recap of the last eight months…I am Director of Orchestras for the Plymouth Canton Community Schools. I teach at “The Park,” a sprawling campus...Continue Reading
Tammi Browning: The Arts Prepare Students to Reach Their Potential
Tammi Browning Leave a Comment arthur l. costa, arts education, assessment items, ben kallick, Curriculum 21, curriculum mapping, grant wiggings, Habits of Mind, heidi hayes jacobs, jay mctighe, MAEIA Leadership Fellows, reflection, Tammi Browning, transferable skills
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...Continue Reading