The Art of Thinking Like a Scientist


Through the arts, students learn to observe, visualize, manipulate materials, and develop the creative confidence to imagine new possibilities. These skills and competencies are also essential to scientific thinking and provide a strong argument for transforming STEM education by integrating the arts.

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Music Technology In The Classroom

From our Newsletter: April 2017

With all the new software being created to assist students in learning more efficiently while having fun, music education has not been left out.  This article, written by Dr. Kirk Kassner discusses how music educators and their students benefit from the use of music teaching software, such as Music Ace Maestro to drive home the fundamentals of music.  You can read the article here.


Attempting to Defund the NEA

About once a month we send out a newsletter to people responsible for educating our kids. We would also like to post the articles here, on our News page, to let everyone stay up to date on trends and relevant information.  If you would be interested in receiving our newsletter, feel free to sign up at the bottom of the page.


From our Newsletter: March 2017

With the White House attempting to reduce funding to education and eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), now more than ever is the time to show how the decline of the arts can mean the decline of American innovators and innovative thinking. Please take a look at this short article by George Szekely.  George Szekely is a professor and area head of art education at the University of Kentucky. His article is called: Speaking Out: The Decline of Art Means the Decline of Future Innovators. Click on the article’s title to read it.