This teaching practices library presents successful approaches to arts integration being pursued by middle school educators around the United States. The video programs, along with this Web site and the print guide, provide a wealth of practical strategies and examples of arts integration that viewers can adapt to their own settings.
You can watch the video programs online via Video on Demand, or order the videos from this site, or by calling 1-800-LEARNER. Print materials can be downloaded from this site.
Who Should Watch
Tips for Facilitators
The library programs can be viewed on their own or in combination with other programs. The half-hour length of the programs makes them easy to use as a discussion starter or as the heart of a presentation. Here are some suggestions for making your presentation successful:
To use these library programs for professional development, you will need the following materials:
For professional development, team-building sessions, or facilitated discussions, you also may need:
- Copies of your own learning objectives and the discussion questions listed in the print guide
To use the Connecting With the Arts teaching practices library, we recommend the following:
To print the resources provided, or to print a hard-copy version of this guide, you will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader plug-in. To use the interactive slideshows for each library program, you will need the Macromedia Flash Player 7 (or a higher version). These plug-ins are available as free downloads: