Bringing the arts into core curricula raises student achievement and improves student engagement. Discover and share strategies for integrating the arts throughout core subject areas.
- A high school math teacher designed hands-on learning experiences and fostered deep engagement with Rubik’s Cubes.
- Educators are working to encourage the development of social and emotional learning competencies through arts education.
- Young students can apply language skills to learn to 'read art,' including their own work.
- Quick activities from DJ summaries to paper snowball fights can be used to check for understanding or emphasize key information at the end of a lesson.
- An assessment called a one-pager has students use art to show what they know—and it can be used across the curriculum.
- Like a story, lessons deserve compelling beginnings and endings. From pop culture connections to finishing with a level-up, here are eight strategies for holding students' attention.
- Make a daily habit of starting every ELA class with a poem—they’re short and intense, connect to other reading, and inspire student writing.
- Art and music are key to student development.
- Incorporating music into almost any class can be a great way to teach content—and it doesn’t take special training or expensive resources.
- A teacher who has used photography to build student engagement notes particular benefits for students on the spectrum.
- Discover information, examples, and tools related to incorporating aspects of the arts, design, and the humanities into STEM-based school activities.
- Whether you are looking for resources on integrating science, technology, engineering, and math or on infusing the arts to transform STEM into STEAM, these curated compilations will help you plan different approaches to integrated studies.
- All points of arts integration -- from benefits and implementation to linking the arts with core curriculum -- are covered in this roundup of useful Edutopia blog posts, articles, and videos.
- Teachers can inspire outside-the-box thinking for students by using problem-based learning, art, music, and inquiry-based feedback.