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Arts Integration using Pop Culture

Arts Integration using Pop Culture

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Knowing how difficult it can be to sometimes get non-arts educators to embrace arts integration, I'd like to share some of our pop culture integration guides because I'm applying arts integration methods to pop culture. It's a great exercise in curriculum integration. www.popgoestheclassroom.com

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Nicole Sumner
Integrated Arts Specialist, Rhizomatic Explorer, Music Teacher

Very useful article. Do you have any recent articles I can check out?

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Mike Procyk
Band teacher from Bowling Green, Ohio

The classical sculptures dressed as hipsters is great. I'll be forwarding that one!

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