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01. 24. 2018

Building Up STEAM

Written by Barbara Krebs, Young Audiences volunteer and Sunburst Society member If you follow education trends even a little, you can’t avoid the STEM acronym....

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09. 11. 2017

Meet the Parents

It was a summer filled with activity, singing, dancing, reading, creating, and sunshine. We witnessed the excitement of mastering new skills and discovering new talents....

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01. 31. 2017

The Inclusive Classroom: Speaking With Our Bodies

Skher Brown teaches world cultural awareness, body coordination and interpersonal skills through the basics of Capoeira Angola, an African-Brazilian martial art form that is a...

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01. 03. 2017

“You Are All Now 6th Graders!”

On an early Saturday morning this past fall, Drew Anderson, a hip hop artist, slam poet, screenwriter, producer and veteran school...

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09. 01. 2016

AoSL Releases Report Linking Arts-Based Learning to STEM Innovation

Research demonstrates that arts...

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09. 12. 2016

Alden Phelps’ New Assembly Offers Hands-on Writing Experience for Entire School Grade

Singing, Reading & Writing Songs: an Interactive Assembly.

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08. 25. 2016
Ssuuna residency with HotSpots

Innovative Partnership with Young Audiences at Hot Spots

This past spring, Young Audiences partnered with Hot Spots to bring Ugandan culture into the hands and hearts of the entire student body...

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03. 30. 2016

Growing Up Green: The Life Cycle of Plants

Growing Up Green: Teaching Our Youngest Learners Environmental Citizenship Through the Arts. Part One: The Life Cycle of Plants

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11. 18. 2014
Cyan and Danyett in Nov 2014

Drawing it out

By Cyan McMillian, seventh-grade student, Windsor Hills Elementary/Middle My name is Cyan McMillian and I am a seventh grader at Windsor Hills. I’d rather throw a football than...

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07. 24. 2014
Baltimore Improv Group at YA Summer Camp

Celebrating Failure: Lessons learned in a sixth-grade classroom

By Stacie Sanders Evans, Young Audiences/Arts for Learning Executive Director Last week I visited the classroom of teaching artist and improv master Bridget Cavaiola and science...

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07. 03. 2014

New National Core Arts Standards launched

Last month, the National Coalition for Core Arts Standards introduced the new National Core Arts Standards. Developed through the collaboration of arts organizations, teaching artists,...

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05. 21. 2014

Working to bring the arts to every student

By Dr. Sherrie Norwitz, Instrumental String Music Teacher, Thomas Jefferson Elementary Middle Art and aesthetics are crucial to the foundation of society. Arts education provides...

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