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03. 21. 2018

smARTbeats: Up to Eleven!

It’s been almost a year since we announced our partnership with WTMD to feature YA teaching artists on their family-favorite Saturday morning radio show Young...

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09. 05. 2017
Alden Phelps

smARTbeats returns Saturday with Alden Phelps!

smARTbeats returns to WTMD Saturday, September 9, during the weekly children’s music program Young At Heart. On this month’s smARTbeats segment, Young At Heart host Lisa Mathews sits down for...

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01. 25. 2017

The Inclusive Classroom: Arts Integration for Every Ability

Arts integration is a valuable tool for reaching multiple learning styles across the curriculum and is linked to enhanced academic outcomes...

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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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07. 05. 2016

YA’s Expanded Summer Arts and Learning Academy Kicks Off Today!

This morning, we kicked off our expanded Summer Arts and Learning Academy – a free, five week program immersing 900 City students in a variety of art forms...

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05. 20. 2015
Alden Phelps

Sing it loud!

By Alden Phelps, Young Audiences artist and musician My work as a teaching artist focuses on collaborative songwriting with children.

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06. 24. 2014

Students share knowledge of biomes with creative songs

The following is reposted content from Young Audiences roster musician Alden Phelps’ blog. Westbrook Elementary School shines again! Such a great time, as expected, at...

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05. 16. 2013

Learning in action: How songwriting transformed the classroom

By Karen Baratz, Parent of a Westbrook Elementary third-grader Even if I had not been a classroom volunteer at Westbrook Elementary this year, I would...

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