#COVID19


Published: Published: July 29th, 2020

ADE Releases “Arts and Physical Education Re-Entry: A Disciplined Approach to Active and Creative Learning”

In an effort to provide discipline specific guidance to arts and physical education content areas, ADE is excited to share that “Arts & Physical Education Re-entry A Disciplined Approach to Active and Creative Learning” has been released to be shared with the field! This document will be posted to ADE’s COVID19 Guidance and Suggestions Webpage in the upcoming weeks.

Over 85 arts and physical education practicioners from across the state created this guidance to provide content specific information & resources to the state. The document offers an in-depth look at arts & physical education re-entry considerations and builds upon early “AZ Arts and Physical Education Re-entry Guidelines” in the Roadmap for Reopening Schools released May 1st. Thank you to those who lent their expertise so that schools can intentionally plan for student and staff safety in arts and physical education programs in the upcoming year.

 

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Published: Published: July 14th, 2020

Arizona Art Education Association: Community Conversation

AAEA is inviting YOU to join us over zoom and share your concerns, worries, and exciting ideas about this upcoming school year! Let’s help each other get through this. Come discuss how we can ease our way back into the school year.

Why?

  • Meet local Art teachers in the same boat as you
  • Chat with educators to see what other Districts around the State are doing about returning to school
  • Chat with other Art teachers to see what they are doing to make this return to school as painless as possible

When? July 20th, 5 – 7 pm

Where? Online! Email us for the Zoom link and join at 5 pm on July 20th! Can’t wait to see you!

Questions/Want the link? Email Candace Greene at [email protected] 

 

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Published: Published: March 24th, 2020

Online Learning & Arts Education Resources

Dear Arts Education Community,

March quickly turned from a focus on the celebration of dance, music, media arts, theatre, and visual arts in our schools to the navigation of a global health pandemic for the well-being of our students & communities. In the midst of all this, we need the arts and the ways they foster connection, joy, social critique, collaboration, and creativity more than ever.

As we navigate new ways of engaging with arts education, we wanted to share with you all some wonderful landing pages of resources that have emerged to support arts educators during this time. These include:

  • ADE Title IV-A‘s page for Online Learning & Enichment Resouces in Arts, Connectivity, EdTech, Health, PE, Professional Development, and Virtual Field Trips.
  • State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education‘s page of Arts Instructional Resources in the five artistic disciplines (Dance, Media Arts, Music, Theatre, and Visual Arts).
  • Arts Education Partnership‘s page for COVID19 Resources shared by partner organizations.

Additionally we are sharing the Arizona Department of Education‘s COVID19 Guidance page & The Arizona Commission on the ArtsCOVID19 Resources page for artists & arts organizations.

Above all please prioritize your own well-being during this time. In an NPR article describing Panic-gogy (Panic + Pedagogy) Robin DeRosa Director of the Open Learning & Teaching Collaborative at Plymouth State University describes this emerging educational pedagogy:

“The real skill that Panicgogy requires is sort of a critical compassion, if you will, the ability to look at the situation as it really is. Figure out what’s going on, how you can operate within that, and how you can be compassionate in that as well.”

Take good care of each other,

Dustin & Haley ADE Arts Education


Online Resources for Arts Educators

Title IV-A: Online Enrichment Learning Resources

These resources in Arts, EdTech, Health, and PE are to assist Teachers as they plan for non-traditional instruction including synchronous and asynchronous teaching and learning. Teachers – Please use your own discretion in what you select to use for your students.  These resources could compliment your current district adopted online resources.

For questions or to add to this site, please contact [email protected].

State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education: Arts Instructional Resources

The arts education community is working to build a repository of instructional resources for the field. The links within this page continue to be updated.
For questions about this site, please contact [email protected], SEADAE Wisconsin Member.

Arts Education Partnership: COVID-19 Resources

At the Arts Education Partnership, we’ve started to receive requests from our partners for additional resources that can help them shift operations to online platforms for telework situations, serve their constituents in new ways and care for their employeesIn response to these requests, we’ve engaged our partners in sharing resources they’ve created and compiled that may be useful to others as we navigate these new ways of working. 

To add to this page click here.


Arizona Department of Education

COVID19 Guidance to Schools

This page contains guidance and resources for Arizona’s public district and charter schools as they navigate COVID-19 response. The situation around COVID-19 is rapidly changing, so please continue to check this page for updates and guidance.


Arizona Commission on the Arts

COVID19 Resources

A collection of resources that may be relevant to you and/or the artists, arts professionals, and organizations . We will continue to update this page for as long as it may be useful.


 

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