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Educator's Voice VIII: How Modes of Expression in the Arts Give Form to 21st Century Skills

Through interviews with kindergartners in New York City, plus accompanying stories, artwork, and haiku, we catch a glimpse of the creative thinking, interests, and discoveries of young learners. The teaching process is described in rich detail and highlighted with student artifacts. The author also documents connections with current theories about how children learn, the Common Core Shifts in English Language Arts, and the new National Common Core Arts Standards.

Joan Davidson is president/chairperson of the New York City Art Teachers Association. She is a past president of the
New York State Art Teachers Association. She taught art at all levels, kindergarten through college, for 38 years.

http://nysut.org/edvoice

Tagged under: education,nysut

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