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Measuring Success: Data Driven Dance
Heather Vaughan-Southard Leave a Comment arts assessment, arts education, create, dance advantage, dance assessment, dance education, national standards in dance education, perform, respond, teaching dance
As dancers, we are consistently assessing performance- individually, technically, artistically, collectively, and so on.Continue Reading
Arts Education Grants: Applying is Easy. It Really Is!
Editor’s Note: This is hard to believe, but Chad says, “Arts in Education grants often go unused and the money is sent back to the state to be redistributed elsewhere.” Read...Continue Reading
Introducing the MAEIA Leadership Fellows
Heather Vaughan-Southard Leave a Comment arts integration, Beth Post, Carrie Jeruzal, Cathy DePentu, Cecila Gollan, Cindy Swan-Eagan, Cynthia Clingman, dance, Debra Henning, face-to-face presentations, Hedy Blatt, Holly Olszewski, James Mobley, Liz Andrews, MAEIA Fellows, MAIEA resources, Margaret Theile, MCACA, Michigan Arts and Cultural Affairs, Michigan Department of Education, music, professional development, Rebecca Arndt, special needs, Tammi Browning, theatre, visual arts, webinars
The MAEIA project, with generous support from the Michigan Council on Arts and Cultural Affairs and the Michigan Department of Education, assists school districts, buildings, educators,...Continue Reading
Recruitment and Retention. It’s All Up to You!
When doing presentations, I am often asked for tips on recruiting and/or retaining students in visual and performing arts classes. I love this question, because it gives me the opportunity to share some advocacy...Continue Reading