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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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08. 29. 2017

Let’s Go to the Library!

All summer long, kids and families made their way to one of seven city school libraries, each one beautifully renovated as part of The Weinberg...

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04. 20. 2017

Growing Up Green at Mount Rainier Elementary School

Children in Prince George’s County Public Schools know how to celebrate Earth Day! Through Growing Up Green, a PGCPS arts integration initiative, children in kindergarten...

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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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03. 08. 2017
pam negrin creative stitching

Honoring Black Women in Science

At the oldest public all-girls high school in the United States, students recently had the opportunity to work with fiber artist Pam Negrin to stitch...

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12. 14. 2016
Volunteering to Support YA Artists and Arts Integration in the Classroom

Getting Involved: Volunteering to Support Artists and Arts Integration in the Classroom

By Barbara Kesler, an active Young Audiences board member and volunteer and a retired Baltimore

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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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10. 10. 2014

Reflecting on the Teaching Artist Institute

The 2014-2015 Teaching Artist Institute (TAI) Seminar is already underway, but we wanted to share some reflections from artists who have graduated from the program....

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