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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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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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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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08. 18. 2017

Summer Arts and Learning Academy: The Name Says it All

Written by Barbara Krebs, Young Audiences volunteer and Sunburst Society member   Seedfolks. Bizz Buzz. These are just a couple of the new things I...

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10. 11. 2017

Beatboxer Max Bent on Young At Heart

smARTbeats returns to WTMD Saturday, October 14, 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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09. 29. 2016

Moving out of Our Comfort Zone

A reflection from Valerie Branch, professional dancer, master teaching artist, and YA roster artist

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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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02. 25. 2016

Meet Our Artists: Scott Patterson

I am committed to arts education. It was through the arts that I learned how to improvise, communicate, and imagine.

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11. 23. 2015

YA Forges New Arts Integration Partnership

A teacher from Oxon Hill Middle School personally thanked Young Audiences during a post-event gathering for bringing the Literature to Life program to Prince George’s schools.

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04. 27. 2015
Max Bent

The positive side effects of the arts

By Donna Greenleaf, Coordinator of Gifted and Talented Programs, Dorchester County Public Schools, and Renee Hesson, Coordinator of Instruction for Fine Arts, Dorchester County Public...

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