Archive — Month: March 2018
Subject: Leadership Training: Pyramid of Change for Family & Community Engagement Calling all community Arts organizations, Teaching artists, and Arts Educators! Superintendent Diane Douglas’s rollout of the 2018 AZ Kids Can’t Wait! plan captured the importance of supporting meaningful Family, School, and Community Engagement. This past year, local education agencies (LEAs) took the time [Read more…]
Does your organization have an exciting opportunity for arts educators or teaching artists? New activities or events for students and families? Email us at and be included in our ArtsEd Blog! *The Arizona Department of Education does not recommend any one organization or program. The Office of Arts Education is dedicated to sharing resources with [Read more…]
A child’s first experience with a female business owner is usually their first dance teacher. That relationship may last forever. As a result, women are more likely to be entrepreneurial and start their own dance business, or another business, because they grew up seeing women in charge of their careers. As of March 9, 2018, [Read more…]
In 2018 Theatrefolk began offering a free resource for new drama teachers. It is a collection of classroom management tips, exercises, prompts, warm-ups, and advocacy ideas for teachers just starting out in the drama classroom. Click here to see everything that comes in the New Drama Teacher Toolkit.
Register Now!! LOCATION: Raymond S. Kellis High School 8990 W Orangewood Ave, Glendale, AZ 85305 DATE: March 24, 2018. 8am. -4 pm. REGISTRATION FEES: Fees are per school! Early (Payment Postmarked by 2/26/2018): $175 for AzDEO/NDEO Members $250 for non-members Regular: (2/27-3/7) $225 for AzDEO/NDEO members $300 non-members Late Reg: (3/7-3/23): Same fee as [Read more…]
Today is Arts Advocacy Day in Washington, D.C. More than 650 arts advocates are visiting their Senators and Representatives in Congress on Capitol Hill. You can join your voice with theirs by sending a message now to your Arizona members of Congress. Let them know how important it is to you and other Arizonans that [Read more…]
Interested in learning how Arizona compares to other states in terms of Arts Education Policy? Visit the ArtScan Resource created by Arts Education Partnership and SEADAE! Arizona may have some areas to improve upon, but as a whole, we’re doing pretty god! Now, if we could only practice the policies that are in place in [Read more…]
Located at the Arizona State Museum located on the U of A Campus. For more information, please contact Heather C. Ingram, Assistant Director, Education.