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09. 07. 2018

Arts Empowered Minds Initiative: Prioritizing Children and Learning

Written by Barbara Krebs, Young Audiences volunteer and Sunburst Society member It’s all about priorities. There are only 24 hours in a day, and as...

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04. 27. 2018

STEM Cells?  Nah, STEAM Sells!

       Written by Barbara Krebs, Young Audiences volunteer and Sunburst Society member Excited. Proud. Love. These are the three words that I heard repeatedly as...

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04. 02. 2018

Storytelling Visualized: Assigning Functions to a Narrative

You can feel a good story in your core- the sadness, the suspense, the bitterness, and the beauty. We are good at registering and reacting...

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03. 04. 2018

The Flavor of Math: Understanding Algebraic Terms with Femi the Drifish

What do you call a collection of two or more equations using the same set of unknowns? Can you identify the variables and constants in...

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12. 01. 2017

Algebra in the Drum Shop: Plotting the Rate of Change with Kevin Martin

“Will I ever use this in real life?” A teacher could rattle off the professional fields that a mathematician could enter after pursuing a degree...

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10. 30. 2017

North County High School: Creating Learning Opportunities Through the Arts

The Arts Empowered Minds Initiative (AEMI) is aimed at ensuring equitable access to the arts for Northern Anne Arundel County Public Schools through in-school arts...

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07. 03. 2017

The National Endowment for the Arts: a Sound Investment

Co-authored by Barbara Krebs, a Young Audiences volunteer and Sunburst Society member. We grow up in the United States hearing that we get what we pay...

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06. 03. 2016

Arts: Everywhere and Every Day

  “Arts Every Day; Not Just Tuesday.” What a novel idea, right? That statement was made on May 25th, when we convened 8-12-year-old students from Belle...

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