Children's Art Show Opening June 17 - July 22, 2013
The 2013 Art Show presents the artistic achievements of the children who attend both the Reibman Hall and Hannig Children's Centers. A variety of media demonstrates the excitement of young people using art as a language to express ideas about movement, texture, rhythm, space and many other formal aspects of the visual arts. Their visual expressions, of interest and discovery presented here, are just a sampling of the rich and meaningful work that our young artists participate in everyday as they create meaning of their world.
Art as a Way of Learning
This dynamic professional development program places the arts central to teaching and learning. It gives teachers, educators and principals the knowledge and skills to develop an art-infused school, allowing children to use the arts in all of their daily learning. Children can use visual arts to express knowledge, and develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
These strategies are based on current research and the expertise of practicing classroom teachers, art specialists, college faculty and artists-in-residence. Developed in a business-education partnership between NCC and Crayola LLC., the program meets National Visual Arts Standards.
Good teachers have long been aware that learning is most likely to occur when it is integrated and connected to a person's knowledge and background. Authentic learning takes place as people interact with each other to answer questions that intrigue them, to construct and demonstrate what they know and are able to do. The arts provide a rich language for integrated, meaningful, engaging learning with both children and adults.
Copies of Art as a Way of Learning®: Explorations in Teaching can be ordered here.