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ARTS AND MUSIC
Teaching creativity in schools is not a luxury. Why arts education is crucial for kids, and how schools are making it work.
-ON THIS DVD-
--Art Enhances Achievement-
Tucson, Arizona, elementary schools find success by infusing arts into every discipline.
--Performance Poetry Engages Students--
Global Writes, a Bronx-based nonprofit, helps students reach new heights in literacy and life through live poetry competitions.
-- The Sound of Learning: Albano Berberi--
Assistive technology helps a blind computer science student and devoted gamer pursue his passions.
-- Art Works: Integrating Creativity in the Curriculum--
The Boston Arts Academy teaches the basics with passion.
-- On the Road--
The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus takes the band out of the garage and on the road.
-- Animating Dreams: The ACME Animation Program--
High school students draw on the expertise of professional cartoonists.
-- Instruments of Learning--
In Bay Shore, New York, technology tools help students understand music theory and compose pieces of their own.
-- Waldorf's Integrated Way of Learning--
Art and movement blend into academics at this K-8 school in Sacramento, California.
-- Assistive Technology: Lukas Bratcher--
Thanks to some ingenious assistive technology, Spokane's Lukas Bratcher didn't let a birth condition stifle his passion for music. He played euphonium in his school's award-winning marching band from his wheelchair.
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