Arts Education

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Introduction

The redesigned Arts Education curriculum strives to galvanize students’ artful habits of mind through engaged arts learning.

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Goals and Rationale

A strong arts education benefits all students, communities, and societies by contributing to the development of well-rounded, educated citizens.

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What's New

The redesigned Arts Education curriculum is unified to support students in building on their strengths and pursuing their passions

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Arts Education

K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Visual Arts
Visual Arts
9
Art Studio
Sculpture
Drawing and Painting
Photography
Graphic Arts
Music
Music
9
Choral Music
Contemporary Music
Instrumental Music
Dance
Dance
9
Dance Choreography
Dance Company
Dance Conditioning
Dance Foundations
Dance Technique & Performance
Drama
Drama
9
Theatre Company
Theatre Production
Directing and Scriptwriting
Film & Television
Cross-disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Arts Courses
Media Arts
Musical Theatre

 

Featured Instructional Sample

A Seed is Sleepy

The intent of the A Seed Is Sleepy dance exercise is to introduce students to the relationship between movement and language. Students are asked to interpret and embody vocabulary and phrases from the story as dance movement.
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