Unison Arts is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to enriching cultural life and community in NY’s Mid-Hudson Valley by making high quality arts, performances and educational programs accessible to all. All of the arts are frequently represented, along with the skills to carry them out. This Knowledge in Brief publication describes that research and summarizes the policy implications those efforts have begun to yield. Learning and Teaching Committee has responsibility for the management and strategic development of undergraduate teaching.
This report presents a synthesis of the research on the contribution of arts education to learning. Highly Capable Services – NEW name (as of 2014) as umbrella name for these programs: Highly Capable Cohort (formerly APP), Spectrum and ALO (Advanced Learning Opportunities).
Library orientation sessions, which provide an introduction to BobCat, the journal collection, and index services, are held each semester, as well as workshops on research strategies and the Internet. It presents information on Seattle schools and others that have incorporated the arts successfully.
Arts for Learning is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing teaching and learning through the arts and community cultural resources by linking learning experiences to the real world. Researchers also discovered that the status of arts-rich or non-arts rich schools was not tied to socio-economic status, but rather to school climate, years of study in the arts and opportunities to engage in more than one arts subject.
The MA Creativity, Arts, Literacies and Learning has four modules and your Dissertation/Portfolio will run through the year every year. Perhaps most significantly, learning to perform and create in the arts provides students with immediate and long-term opportunities for continuing involvement with the arts, and all the personal meaning and joy that such engagement can bring.