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    A Biblical Basis for Appreciating Beauty Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article explores the place of beauty and the criteria for assessing artistic productions in light of God's word and the Spirit of Prophecy. It provides ideas for creating an artistic environment, finding and using resources, and for integrating art with...

  • ArtsEdge Kindergarten-Grade 12
    ArtsEdge supports the place of arts education at the center of the curriculum through the creative and appropriate uses of technology. ArtsEdge helps educators to teach in, through and about the arts. It includes a library of planning, research and contact...

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    Discipline-Based Art Education - A Fresh Approach to Teaching Art Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Learn what discipline-based art education is and why it is a good idea in Adventist education. "DBAE not only helps beginning art students to develop a more focused way of art production, but also enables them to appreciate art criticism, history, and...

  • Donald Zolan - Water Color Paintings of Children Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Zolan's inspiring paintings of people, particularly children, would make excellent early childhood education classroom posters. Visit his website for his biography, samples of his work, to send an encouraging postcard to a student, or purchase art.

  • Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists - Rembrandt and others Grade 2-Grade 5
    Rembrandt introduces young readers to the real person behind a famous artist's name with fun kid-friendly illustrations and a conversational style. Other titles in this series, Getting to Know The World's Greatest Artists, include: Henri Matisse, Mary...

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    Integrating the Arts Into the Classroom Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "If teachers redefine art as the cultural arts, they will become more sensitive to how the arts play out in their own culture. Seen in this way, art becomes a way of living that nurtures creativity, artistic skill, and attitude.... By teaching visual...

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    Kevin's Airplanes - Tips on Running a Fine Arts Festival Grade 7-Grade 12
    Do you have a venue by which Kevin's airplane building skills and Kathy's artistic abilities can be challenged and appreciated? Learn how Ontario Conference sponsored a Fine Arts Festival to challenge children who are artistically inclined. Includes clear...

  • Kinder Art Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Thousands of creative art projects and lesson plans organized in sections: art book, art kitchen, art history/appreciation, architecture, bulletin boards, coloring pages & worksheets, crafts, cross curricular art, drama, drawing, early childhood education, folk art, multicultural art, painting, printmaking, sculpture, recycling projects, seasonal crafts, special artists, summer camp, Sunday school, Vacation Bible School, textiles and more.

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    NAD Music & Visual Arts Curriculum Guide 9-12 Grade 9-Grade 12
    The NAD music & visual arts curriculum guide for Grades 9-12 includes a philosophy statement, rational, correlation to Journey to Excellence, and essential elements and recommended resources for music curriculum and appreciation, as well as the visual...

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    PET 10-01: Panorama of Educational Thoughts Preschool-Grade 12
    Download Vaughn Jennings' January 2010 newsletter for Adventist teachers in North America. This edition features links to resources fostering art appreciation, creativity, and the power to think and do in Christian education.

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    Physical Symbols in Adventist Schools - A Preliminary Study Preschool-Lifelong
    This article reports on a small research study on the use of physical symbols to transmit religious heritage and values in Seventh-day Adventist and Catholic schools in USA. Six practical suggestions are included for making greater use of symbols in Adventist...

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    Teaching Art Appreciation Across the Grade Levels Kindergarten-Grade 12
    One excellent way to develop critical thinking skills is through a study of music, painting, sculpture, and architecture. This article includes three steps for teachers to introduce the arts into their classrooms, as well as four stages of questioning to lead...

  • The Art Lesson Kindergarten-Grade 4
    Having learned to be creative in drawing pictures at home, young Tommy is dismayed when he goes to school and finds the art lesson there much more regimented. Reading level Grades 2-4. Models author's craft of anticipation. Theme - art. Promotes...

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    The Not-So-Expendable Curriculum Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Referencing Jensen's brain research,Ellen White's recommendations regarding harmonious development, the research compendium 'Critical Links', the USA National No Child left Behind education initiative, Caroline Kennedy, and Dudamel with the National System...