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In this 15 minute webinar, a practitioner from the Coalition for Hispanic Family Services discusses how to engage youth in an art technique called the “scribble chase” to generate images, engage in collaboration and discussion as well as writing.
The National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning developed professional development guides for four content areas of the toolkit: literacy, math, technology, and the arts. Program directors, site coordinators, and others… read more →
From math and science to literacy and the arts, this toolkit has everything you need to engage students in fun afterschool activities while extending content knowledge across the curriculum. Each subject area is filled with standards-based multi-media resources including: research-based practices, sample lessons, interactive activities, and video segments taken from afterschool programs across the country. Whether you’re an experienced afterschool program director or a new volunteer, you will find a range of user-friendly practices and sample lessons, the research that tells you what works, specific how-to instructions, and outcomes to look for.
The Phoenix Art Museum’s Curriculum Units use groups of objects from the Museum’s collection to achieve broad learning objectives, such as improved writing skills, understanding of art concepts, or how to visit an art museum. Each unit incorporates images from the Museum’s online gallery.
Explore curriculum developed by Citizen Schools apprentices, covering topics such as: Science & Technology, Media & Journalism, Food & Health, Arts & Culture, Community Service, and more.
ExtendED Notes, formerly School-Age Notes, offers a free Note of the Week email for afterschool professionals. ExtendED Notes will equip you with the latest resources and information in a rapidly growing movement – one that expands learning throughout the day and across settings with rich, engaging activities. Subscribe to the ExtendED Note of the Week, a free e-mail sent to you each Friday that provides a programming tip, activity idea or grant or contest opportunity.
Through three manuals you will learn a series of skills. The project guidelines include completing the Project Planning Guide of each level, steps one through four. Then take part in at least two organized project experiences and become involved in at least two Leadership/Citizenship Activities.
The curriculum includes 4 different levels – Focus on Photography, Controlling the Image, Mastering Photography, and Catch the Spark: Lightening Photography.
EDSITEment offers a treasure trove for educators, students, and parents searching for high-quality material on the Internet in the subject areas of literature and language arts, foreign languages, art and culture, and history and social studies.
ExtendED Notes has put together this comprehensive Pinterest Board of STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math – Activities for K-8.