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Arts Ed Summit 2020

Arts Ed Summit 2020: September Ready! What will our schools look like in the fall? How will arts education be conducted? How may we make

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Creative Connections Q&A with Gerald Fierst  

Creative Connections Q&A Series Having worked as an artist in education for four decades, I have been dismayed, over the last decade, at the diminishment

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Distance Learning — A Student’s Perspective by Tuchau Ly

Hello everyone! Before I get started on this blog, I would like to say that we will get through this crisis together! As you all

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Remote Learning… No Problem! The Arts Carry On!

The education world, the Arts included, has been given a daunting task for the foreseeable future – continue to educate our students remotely. It’s times

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Dancing From A Distance

As dance educators, we embody the definition of flexible figuratively and literally. We physically are present to teach or take a class which is part

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Optimism Through the COVID-19 Disruption: Utilizing Social Emotional Learning for Reflection and Growth

Written by Scott N. Edgar, Andrew E. Morrison and Bob Morrison  Published: 16 March 2020 With the mass cancellation of student musical events, school and

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