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Research References:

Bellisario, K. & Donovan, L. (2012). Voices from


the field: Teachers views on the relevance of arts
integration. Cambridge, MA: Lesley University.
Cawthon, S., Dawson, K., & Ihom, S. (2011).
Activating student engagement through dramabased instruction. Journal for Learning through the
Arts, 7(1).

Why Arts Integration?


Because IT WORKS for
ALL Students.

Students

Duma, A. L., & Silverstein, L. B. (2014). CrossStudy Findings: A View into a Decade of Arts
Integration. Journal for Learning through the Arts,
10(1).

find learning more enjoyable


and are therefore more
engaged

Garett, J. (2010) Arts integration professional


development: teacher perspective and transfer to
instructional practice. Unpublished dissertation,
Walden University, Minneapolis, MN.

gain self-esteem in their


ability to learn new
information and problem
solve

Ingram, D., Pruitt, L., & Weiss, C. (2014). Found

are able to demonstrate


their learning in a way that
fits their needs and the
needs of the classroom

Integration

Charland, W. (2011). Art integration as school


culture change: A cultural ecosystem approach to
faculty development. International Journal of
Education and the Arts, 12, (8), 1-17.

ARTS

in translation: Interdisciplinary arts integration in


Project AIM. Journal for Learning through the
Arts, 10(1).
Phillips, J., Harper, J, Lee, K. & Boone, E. (2014).
Arts Integration and the Mississippi Arts
Commission's Whole School Initiative. A Stennis
Institute Study for Decision Makers.
Silverstien, L., & Layne, S. (2010). Defining Arts
Integration. Retrieved from https://artsedge.
kennedy-center.org

achieve higher test scores in


the classroom and on
standardized assessments

Smilan, C., & Marzilli Miraglia, K. (2009). Art


teachers as leaders of authentic art integration. Art
Education, 62(6), 39-45.

come to school more,


increasing attendance

Walker, E., Tabone, C. & Weltsek, G. (2011).


When achievement data meet drama and arts
integration. Language Arts, 88(5), 365-372.

Lauren
Hodson

What is
Arts Integration?
Arts
Integration

is an approach to
teaching and learning
through which content
standards are taught and
assessed equitably in and
through the arts.
Arts Integration allows
for students and teachers to
feel empowered in their own
learning and implementation
of 21st century skills.
This research-based
approach has proven to
engage all student groups
and provide an avenue for all
learners to demonstrate their
understanding of key content
objectives through creative
work processes.

How To: Process

Examples:
Physical Education
Painting

1.

Pick A Topic or Idea:

What do you want to teach?

Choreographed Science
Dance

2.

Collaborate: With an arts

3.

Teach the Lesson:

4.

Assess the Work:

teacher to align standards


naturally

In and through the Arts

In both content areas

Is it Easy? NO
Is it Worth it?
ABSOLUTELY

Composed Math Concept


Song

Dramatic Social Studies


Play