FAAE/FASA Leadership Summit
Grand Hyatt, Tampa
Click here to register and "save YOUR space" for the Arts Integration Showcase: June 21, 8 - 9 am.
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Click here to see highlights from the conference schedule.
"Careers in the Arts” Webinars for MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS: Last session is Friday, May 17 from 1:30-2:00pm. Hear from arts professionals in a variety of careers and ask them questions via the chat room. CLICK HERE for details and registration.
FAAE ARTS INTEGRATION WEBINARS for Teaching Artists and Others
Thank you for great Webinars throughout the year. We archive all of our Webinars; they are available “on demand” any time, anywhere! Click here to link to past Webinars.
Get to know the the new Sunshine State Standards HERE
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Online Resources for Arts Educators
Classroom resources for educators
Other resources that may be of interest:
National Curriculum Resources
Compendia of Best Practices in Arts Integration
Peer-to-peer sharing of programs, projects and curriculum in the including:
1. School Change
Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS) for the Arts
What is behind the Big Ideas, Enduring Understandings and Benchmarks that make up the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards for the Arts (NGSSS-Arts). John LeTellier, Fine Arts Content Specialist at the Florida Department of Education, provided a PowerPoint that explains it all. An excellent reference to use and share. Click HERE .
Check out this video (coming soon): Building Curriculum with the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards, Common Core, and Florida's Fine Arts Assessment Program presented by Beth Cummings, Florida Performing Arts Assessment Project Administrator, at the 2013 FAAE Arts Integration Symposia Series
The National Coalition for CORE ARTS Standards is developing the Next Step in K-12 Arts Learning Standards. You can find out more HERE.SEADAE:Roles and Responsibilities of Arts Educators
State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education (SEADAE) released on June 26, 2012 a paper outlining the roles and responsibilities certified arts educators, certified non-arts educators and providers of supplemental arts instruction play in providing a quality, sequential arts education for America's K-12 students. SEADAE looks forward to engaging the arts and policy communities in a vigorous discussion about the paper’s recommendations to support quality arts education across our country. Click HERE to view the report.