Mejorando el desempeño de estudiantes a través del arte.

Les comunico en esta noticia por dos motivos, el primero que es trabajo de mi querida colega y amiga Karla Hernando (como podrán ver en la imagen mas abajo) y en segundo lugar porque trata de un tema que he estado explorando sobre iniciativas de cómo llevar el arte u otras formas de pensamiento: como “Design Thinking”al salón de clase desde la educación básica.

Este trabajo es desarrolado por en Cape Consults en Chicago. Ellos son consultores en educación y su lema es “mejorando la escuela a través del arte”. El proyecto en específico se denomina “HABLA” CAPE- Community engagement Project, si quieren ver los trabajos del proyecto vayan a: http://pd.capeweb.org/view_units.php?id=205&page=tab5
 

Advancing Student Achievement

At a time when schools are expected to continually improve test scores, while simultaneously innovating and developing student creativity, how can schools best create:

  • Annual yearly progress in tested curricular areas?
  • Rich and challenging arts teaching and learning?
  • Meaningful academic connections across the curriculum?

See what happened at Innovations High School:

These resources tell more about the role of the arts in education:

To learn more about how your organization can advance student achievement, please contact Arnold Aprill at 312.870.6140 ext.141 or via email.

 

CAPE Consults receives rave reviews from Schools and School Systems

“Thanks so much for your visit and insights. It was one of the finest professional development meetings I’ve seen. We were all very excited and enlightened by your information and your approach.”

— Rudy Higgins, Director of Bands
Peoria High School

 

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