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There’s an Old Chinese proverb that says, “Tell me and I will forget. Show me and I will remember. Involve me and I will understand. Step back and I will act.” I’ve used this proverb before to explain the Orff Schulwerk approach to teaching elementary music that I use in my classroom; and to me, it also applies to arts integration.
As students, parents, and teachers have been preparing for the new school year, the Steering Committee of Any Given Child Indy has also been busy working hard to prepare for the 2017-18 year. Following the budget and design work completed in the past year, the committee is now at the beginning of program implementation.
Notable Measures, a local nonprofit that works to raise funds and awareness to support youth music education, donated $300 to Any Given Child Indy this month. Kate and Meg Dimmett started the organization at the beginning of the year, when they were 13 and 10 years old, respectively. Their organization recently gained nonprofit status in April. Kate
Any Given Child Indy provided an invaluable opportunity to advance my understanding and implementation of arts integration by sending me to the Kennedy Center’s Annual Arts Integration Conference. The resources provided throughout the experience included tools and strategies to engage students, their families, and the community in a rounded arts and
On Tuesday, June 27, over 30 members of the Indiana Arts Education Network convened at Ball State University during Music for All’s Summer Symposium. The Indiana Arts Education Network is a broad cross-section of Indiana organizations, teachers, and leaders who are committed to working to insure that every Indiana student has reliable access to a
After a year of speculation, the first preliminary budgets for Any Given Child Indy were reviewed at the June 9th meeting of the steering committee. A final “proposed” budget will be presented to the public in September during National Arts in Education Week. The budget responds to all four of the program goals and leverages the resources of the
With our eyes on filling the gaps in arts instruction (K-8), Any Given Child Indy completed the design of a pilot for 2017-2018. The pilot schools will be publicly announced in September during National Arts in Education Week (Sept. 10-16, 2017), but the participants come from all three systems within the Indianapolis Public Schools: Traditional, Innovation,
Do you want some tips on how to talk about arts education and Any Given Child Indy? A new Communications Toolkit is now available online. Developed by the Any Given Child Indy Creative Engagement committee, the toolkit provides talking points, tips to begin conversations about arts education, how to write a blog post and letters to the editor, and ways
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