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Art is at the Core / October 2018

Art is at the Core offers tips on integrating for visual art teachers and teachers of other subjects. Arts-integrated lessons offer students the opportunity to meet objectives in art disciplines and other subjects. Arts integration strengthens traditional core classes, but does not replace art-specific courses. Antonio Ligabue “Self-Portrait with Dog” by Amanda Koonlaba Antonio Ligabue (1899–1965) […]

Art is at the Core / December 2018

Art is at the Core offers tips on integrating for visual art teachers and teachers of other subjects. Arts-integrated lessons offer students the opportunity to meet objectives in art disciplines and other subjects. Arts integration strengthens traditional core classes, but does not replace art-specific courses. Eileen Agar ‘Lewis Carroll with Alice’ by Amanda Koonlaba Eileen Agar […]

Art is at the Core / February 2019

Art is at the Core offers tips on integrating for visual art teachers and teachers of other subjects. Arts-integrated lessons offer students the opportunity to meet objectives in art disciplines and other subjects. Arts integration strengthens traditional core classes, but does not replace art-specific courses. Barrington Watson ‘Conversation’ by Amanda Koonlaba Barrington Watson (1931–2016) was a […]

Art is at the Core / April 2019

Art is at the Core offers tips on integrating for visual art teachers and teachers of other subjects. Arts-integrated lessons offer students the opportunity to meet objectives in art disciplines and other subjects. Arts integration strengthens traditional core classes, but does not replace art-specific courses. Pat Lipsky, ‘Sandwich’ by Amanda Koonlaba Pat Lipsky (b. 1941) […]