Sunday, October 22, 2017

A collaborative of individuals, organizations and groups with a common interest in arts education, working to support quality arts learning for all students in New Hampshire by sharing information, resources and services.

A collaborative of individuals, organizations and groups with a common interest in arts education, working to support quality arts learning for all students in New Hampshire by sharing information, resources and services.

A collaborative of individuals, organizations and groups with a common interest in arts education, working to support quality arts learning for all students in New Hampshire by sharing information, resources and services.

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A professional development conference for educators and administrators in all content areas.

Keynote Speakers:
• Alan November: Critical Thinking & Media Literacy. One of Tech and Learning Magazine’s 15 most influential thinkers of the decade
• Gowri Savoor: Building Lanterns and Community through STEAM. Integrated Artist in Residence.
• Yo-EL Cassell: How being hearing impaired let me experience life and joy through dance. Boston University Associate Professor
Highlights:
• STEM to STEAM Model NH projects
• Design in Education: A Conversation. Universal Design for Learning, Design Thinking, Understanding by Design
• Performance Assessments for Competency Education
• Teaching through the Arts for students with Individual Educational Plans (IEPs)
• Project based learning in all content areas
For more information and to register visit NH State Council on the Arts

CEUs will be given and discounts are offered for school teams of 3 or more and members of AANNH, NHAEA, and NHMEA.

Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).

Tracking changes in education, we are highlighting new guidelines from the US Department of Education related to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), reauthorized under the title of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). We will keep you informed to how this will impact Arts Education in NH through the Dandelion and our ESSA webpage. 

 

This is what STEAM in NH looks like

STEAM promotes project based learning through the integration of all subjects; teaches innovation through hands on activities, experiments, and projects; uses the Arts and design to apply 21st Century skills transforming STEM to STEAM.





 

Did you get a copy of our New Hampshire Arts Education Poster?

Email us for a free copy of this poster which celebrates the diversity of the Arts in NH.  Hang it proudly in your school! This poster was created during Youth Arts Month.


Read our Fall newsletter, the Dandelion: Arts Education across New Hampshire


Increasing Access to Arts Education in Rural Areas 


With nearly one-third of public elementary and secondary schools in America rural, how  do we ensure that students in these areas receive access to arts education and how can arts education help to strengthen these communities? 


Registration is now open for Poetry Out Loud!
Applications are being accepted for the 13th annual Poetry Out Loud program from all NH high schools. Poetry Out Loud is a free and fun curricular unit that deeply engages students in our nation’s literary heritage through classic poetry. The flexible program is a national model in poetry instruction and can be integrated into the English Language Arts Curriculum. Free training and resources for educators are available including a teachers’ manual, professional development clinics, for educators, poetry recitation and public speaking workshops for students, and more.

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