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  1. 1. Discovering the Power of Hard Fun Essential Questions: How does arts integration transcend barriers to learning? How can we create capacity within ourselves to integrate Arts Integration Conference the arts? Jean Hendrickson and Rosalynn Wade Oklahoma A+ Schools®
  2. 2. Your Great Learning Moment Think of a time that you were truly engaged in a learning experience…. Where were you? What were you learning? What made it engaging?
  3. 3. Why is creativity important? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tj2GQ5gLP1w
  4. 4. Focus question: How do we move beyond the artificial boundaries of disciplines to embrace the creative thoughts and connections of our students?
  5. 5. Music Music As Music Integrated Supporting Independent With Other Content Other Content Content Area Areas Areas Music Content Music Content Standards Music Content Standards Standards Not Taught Taught Directly Taught With Other Standards M M This is a model created in collaboration U by San Francisco Symphony’s Keeping U Score participating sites. It is intended to demonstrate that yellow (other content) blended fully S with blue (music content) yields green S (two-way integration). I I C C
  6. 6. How do you see pathways to integration? From the KS collaboration OKA+ developed Natural this – not forced – illustration intersections to show three ways for integration to be created. Beginning with non-arts Beginning with arts content content Beginning with a concept
  7. 7. An example which began with passion of a OSU professor for his non-arts content.
  8. 8. THREADS OF LIFE An example which began with a concept and resulted in multiple artworks and learning opportunities demonstrating connections across all grade levels and content areas.
  9. 9. Oklahoma: Learning from the Past, Living in the Present, and Envisioning the Future An example which began with the passion of an OKA+ board member for his art form to be experienced by OKA+ students from across the state.
  10. 10. Painters Reporters Recorders
  11. 11. Performers …and Families
  12. 12. Hard Fun OKA+ Schools’ research team confirms it! People learn by actively constructing new knowledge, rather than having information "poured" into their heads. They learn with particular effectiveness when they are engaged in constructing personally meaningful artifacts this is known as “hard fun.” – Seymour Papert
  13. 13. Developing schools that encourage creativity, innovation and critical thinking for the 21st century learner.
  14. 14. Connect With Us 405-974-3779 Jean Hendrickson www.aplusok.org Executive Director jhendrickson5@uco.edu Rosalynn Wade Program Director rwade@uco.edu Tyler Weldon Operations Director tweldon2@uco.edu http://flickr.com/photos/lumaxart/

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  • What will the idea of weaving inspire in your classroom?We are defining the concept of weavingloosely as a work of any art form having at least one interwoven or interlocking component, and are excited to see how our creative A+ teachers and students interpret it in various art forms, visual and performing.
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