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The Oregon Arts Teacher Update #53

October 2, 2012


News and Announcements

Education for Creative Industries in Oregon Newspapers – August and September, 2012

1. Oregon Arts Summit 2012


Opportunities for Students

2. International Youth Silent Film Festival

3. Grammy Camp

4. Grammy Camp Counselor Positions Available

5. Grammy Camp Jazz Session

6. National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards

7. First Freedom Student Competition


Opportunities for Teachers

8. Educator Effectiveness Summit 2012

9. Music Technology Online Courses by Mike Klinger

10. Grammy in the Schools

11. Kennedy Center Receives Grant for Arts Education Programs

12. Marine Corps Heritage Foundation Now Accepting Submissions for Annual Awards

13. New Google App Facilitates Creation of Open Courses

14. Research Grants Available from the National Endowment for the Arts


Resources

15. Arts Education Partnership Provides Arts and Common Core Resources

16. Educational Copyright Guide Released

17. Nine Useful Lists for Educators

18. Schooltube Website Highlights Education Videos

19. Teacher Launches STEM Magazine for Educators


Articles

20. Getting Students Started Making Movies

21. Role of the Arts in STEM Education

22. STEM and Art Themes in National Early Literacy Campaign

23. A Guide to Teaching Visual Literacy

24. Artistic Expression Promotes Learning and Friendship in the Classroom

25. Colorado School Reform Group Seeks Improved Access to Arts Programs

26. Common Core’s Digital Literacy Gap

27. How Classroom Games Can Help Build Reasoning Skills

28. How to Assess Individual Students Working on Team Projects

29. How to Use Drama To Engage Students in Critical Thinking, Part I

30. Kennedy Center to Elevate Arts Education in Baltimore

31. New Developments in AV Technology

32. New Digital Divide

33. Ours Is a Singing School

34. Students to Learn from Paris Studies of History and Art Teacher

35. Tennessee Educator Uses Music to Teach Social Studies

36. Using Games in the ELL Classroom, Part I

37. Using Games in the ELL Classroom, Part II


Videos

38. Music Brings an Old Man Back to Life


ODE Resources (in every issue)


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News and Announcements


Education for Creative Industries in Oregon Newspapers – August and September, 2012

A document of links to collected articles may be found at

http://www.ode.state.or.us/teachlearn/subjects/arts/education_for_creative_industries_in_oregon_newspapers9-12.pdf


1. Oregon Arts Summit 2012

This year’s Oregon Arts Summit is designed for arts leaders, and for community leaders who “get the arts.” Learn more about the Summit, and register, at http://www.regonline.com/builder/site/Default.aspx?EventID=1122657.


Opportunities for Students


2. International Youth Silent Film Festival

Organizers of the International Youth Silent Film Festival announced today the Submission Deadline for the Pacific Northwest Regionals to be held at the Hollywood Theatre in Portland, Oregon, USA will be April 15, 2013. For more information, and to register, go to http://www.makesilentfilm.com/.


3. Grammy Camp

Spend more than a week living, breathing, eating, drinking music – with students from all over the country and music industry pros who know how it all works. You’ll meet guest artists, write and record new music, visit cool music sites, and finish strong with a final concert in a professional venue. Grammy Camp 2012 had three summer sessions: Los Angeles, Nashville, and New York. Financial assistance is available for students who need it. Submit your video essay and career track materials by March 31, 2013. To learn more about Grammy Camp and apply, go to http://www.grammyintheschools.com/programs/grammy-camp.


See related articles #4, #5, #10


4. Grammy Camp Counselor Positions Available

Paid counselor positions available for college age students passionate about the music industry. Learn more about being a Grammy Camp Counselor at http://www.formstack.com/forms/?1008996-6Ii2hh9ejS.


See related articles #3, #5, #10


5. Grammy Camp Jazz Session

Thirty of the very best high school jazz singers and players will go to Los Angeles next year to play in a band, choir, and combo, record, and hang during Grammy week. And it’s free! They will perform with Grammy winners and nominees, at jazz venues and Grammy Week events – including the official Post-Grammy Celebration; they’ll record an album; and they’ll go to the Grammy Awards. Plus, they will be eligible for more than $2 million in scholarships awarded each year by our college partners including Berklee College of Music, Manhattan School of Music, New School University Jazz Program and the University of Southern California’s (USC) Thornton School of Music. Grammy Camp - Jazz Session 2013 will be held in Los Angeles in early February. For more information and to apply, go to http://www.grammyintheschools.com/programs/grammy-camp-jazz-session.


See related articles #3, #4, #10


6. National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards

The President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities (PCAH) invites applications for its 2012 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards. Presented in partnership with the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program awards recognize the accomplishments of arts and humanities after-school and out-of-school programs and activities across the country. As Mrs. Michelle Obama remarked during the 2009 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program awards ceremony held at the White House, the programs receiving National Arts and Humanities Youth Program awards each use achievement in the arts and humanities as “a bridge to achievement in life.” With its $10,000 award, the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program also assists organizations, furthers knowledge, and encourages development of future programs. Further information, including lists of previous awardees, is available at http://www.nahyp.org/. Deadline: January, 2013.  Sign up for updates at www.nahyp.org/how-to-apply.


7. First Freedom Student Competition

The First Freedom Center announces the 20th annual First Freedom Student Competition. This national essay and video contest offers 9th - 12th grade students an opportunity to compete for $2,500 awards as they examine the First Amendment and the history and implementation of freedom of religion and conscience in American democracy and the world today. Students then present their evaluation in written essay or video format. For the complete topic, essay and video guidelines, registration, classroom poster, student flyer and other details, visit www.firstfreedom.org, and click on the red First Freedom Student Competition button (center column). Students must register online on or before Monday, November 12, 2012, and the postmark deadline for mailing the essay or video with its accompanying entry materials is Monday, November 26, 2012.


Opportunities for Teachers


8. Educator Effectiveness Summit 2012

District teams are invited to participate in a statewide professional learning community focused on educator effectiveness. The Summit will provide guidance to districts on implementation of SB290 outlined in the Oregon Framework for Teacher and Administrator Evaluation and Support Systems. Participants will have an opportunity for networking and to hear lessons learned from early adopters. The Summit will also provide information districts need to submit their evaluation systems aligned to state criteria (by July 1, 2013) and team time for district action planning. The Summit will be offered October 24th in Bend at the Riverhouse Hotel & Convention Center. Registration information is located at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DY8XGXJ.  Educator Effectiveness Summit flyer: www.ode.state.or.us/wma/teachlearn/educatoreffectiveness/educatoreffectivenessflyerfinal2012.pdf

For additional information or questions contact:  Tanya Frisendahl at tanya.frisendahl@state.or.us or 503-947-5754.


9. Music Technology Online Courses by Mike Klinger

Mike Klinger is now offering 4 of his music technology courses online. Simply go to www.wiziq.com and search for Sibelius 7, Finale 2012, Pro Tools 10, or Teaching Music Composition Using Technology or click on the links below:

http://www.wiziq.com/courses/search.aspx?qry=sibelius%207

http://www.wiziq.com/courses/search.aspx?qry=pro%20tools

http://www.wiziq.com/courses/search.aspx?qry=finale%202012


10. Grammy in the Schools

As the Grammy Award signifies excellence in recording, The Grammy Signature Schools Award is designed to honor exceptional public high school music programs across the country with special awards and grants up to $10,000. The Grammy Signature Schools Enterprise Award provides special awards and cash grants to public high school music programs across the country based primarily upon need. Grants range from $1,000 to $5,000. There are Grammy Signature Schools from every size city and town across the country. The deadline to complete the online application is October 22, 2012. To learn more about Grammy Signature Schools and Grammy Enterprise Awards, and to apply, go to http://www.grammyintheschools.com/programs/grammy-signature-schools.


See related articles #3, #4, #5


11. Kennedy Center Receives Grant for Arts Education Programs

The U.S. Department of Education awarded a grant of $6,640,000 to The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts to implement and expand its efforts in arts education and arts integration at the national level. Beginning in the first year of a three-year program, this grant will expand student access to the life-changing benefits of an arts education. The grant will be funded under the Arts in Education National Program, from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Innovation and Improvement. It will serve pre-K-12 children and youth, with a special emphasis on children from low-income families and children with disabilities. Activities funded by the grant include: professional development for arts educators; development and dissemination of instructional materials; arts-based educational programming; and community and national outreach activities to expand partnerships among schools, school districts, and communities throughout the country. For more information about the Arts in Education National Program, go to http://www2.ed.gov/programs/artsnational/index.html; to read the full press release on the Department of Education’s website, go to http://www.ed.gov/news/press-releases/education-department-awards-66-million-grant-support-arts-education.


12. Marine Corps Heritage Foundation Now Accepting Submissions for Annual Awards

The Marine Corps Heritage Foundation is now accepting submissions for its annual awards program which honors the outstanding, creative work of individuals in preserving and promulgating the Marine Corps’ history, traditions, and culture. Marines and civilians alike may submit their own entries or the distinguished work of others for award consideration. Awards will be presented at the Foundation’s annual ceremony on April 20, 2013. The submissions deadline is January 9, 2013. The Foundation recognizes superior achievement in literature, art, photography, videography, and museum exhibits. Award categories include historical scholarship, journalism, and letters and arts. The awards submissions will be reviewed by a distinguished and diverse panel of editors from major regional and national media outlets, as well Marines, authors, and noted photographers. For a detailed list of the award categories and submission requirements, please visit: http://www.marineheritage.org/Awards.asp.


13. New Google App Facilitates Creation of Open Courses

Google has launched a tool that will allow educators to develop their own Web-based open courses. The open-course-building application includes the codes necessary to share the course, as well as tools to help track engagement and evaluate performance. The launch follows Google's release of an online course, “Power Searching with Google.” Learn more at http://techcrunch.com/2012/09/11/google-launches-open-course-builder/.


14. Research Grants Available from the National Endowment for the Arts

Guidelines for the second round of research applications are now available on the National Endowment for the Arts' web site at http://www.arts.gov/grants/apply/Research/index.html. The deadline for submitting an application is November 6, 2012. The Arts Endowment anticipates awarding up to 25 grants ranging from $10,000 to $30,000. Grants do not require matching funds. If you have questions, please contact the staff at nearesearchgrants@arts.gov.


Resources


15. Arts Education Partnership Provides Arts and Common Core Resources

The recent AEP forum generated a host of support materials referencing the arts and Common Core connections. The following resources are cited on their website: A link to arts and common core resources from AEP is at http://www.aep-arts.org/resources-2/common-core-and-the-arts/; a blog about the arts and common core is at http://blog.artsusa.org/2012/09/10/how-the-arts-can-lead-in-implementing-the-common-core/.


16. Educational Copyright Guide Released

Complete Copyright for K-12 Librarians and Educators, was created by the ALA's Office for Information Technology Policy in response to a recent survey that found that many of the copyright reference tools that teachers and libraries use are either incorrect or incomplete. Learn more about the guide at http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/bookmarks/2012/08/k-12_copyright_guide_released.html?cmp=ENL-EU-VIEWS2.


17. Nine Useful Lists for Educators

As part of Connected Educator Month (CEM), social media-savvy teachers and education professionals used Twitter, blogs, and publications to get information out as quickly and easily as possible, and are using lists in many ways. Browsing CEM’s Twitter, #CE12, the editors at eSchool News have highlighted the nine most popular lists Tweeted, as well as some that may be most helpful to readers. Find links to the lists at http://www.eschoolnews.com/2012/08/17/nine-useful-lists-for-educators/.


18. Schooltube Website Highlights Education Videos

Teachers and students looking for a place to share educational videos can turn to a free website called SchoolTube. The St. Louis-based site now has about 400,000 videos online. Featured videos include lessons on concepts such as the quadratic equations and a parody about school science-lab safety. Learn more in a Time article at http://techland.time.com/2012/09/13/lights-camera-learn-schooltube-strives-to-be-youtube-for-k-12-education/.


19. Teacher Launches STEM Magazine for Educators

A Houston teacher has started a magazine for educators in the science, technology, engineering and math fields. S.T.E.M. Magazine, produced by STEM teacher Wayne Carley, is free to educators and administrators, and focuses on elementary and middle-school education. "STEM subjects are crucial to our student's future and to the overall economic growth of our community, our state and our nation, and it's teachers who make the difference," Carley said. "Unfortunately, some still don't even really know what STEM stands for." Learn more about the magazine at http://www.macon.com/2012/08/22/2144251/houston-educator-creates-magazine.html.


Articles


20. Getting Students Started Making Movies

A recent Inservice post shares highlights from instructional technology consultant and library media specialist Jason Bedell's ASCD Express "Tech for Teachers" column. In it, Bedell discusses how educators and students are using video for teaching and learning. He also points to a YouTube clip in which a London e-learning lecturer and fellow colleagues explain the multiple ways they're using flip cameras to enrich learning for students. Read the column at http://inservice.ascd.org/technology/getting-students-started-making-movies/.


21. Role of the Arts in STEM Education

As schools continue to emphasize science, technology, engineering and math skills, some educators are pushing for a greater role for the arts -- effectively modifying STEM into STEAM, Steven Ross Pomeroy, assistant editor for Real Clear Science, writes in this blog post. By infusing more creativity and imagination into STEM education, teachers can expand students' understanding of the world and help them see the exciting applications of math and related subjects, he notes. Read the Scientific American blog at http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/2012/08/22/from-stem-to-steam-science-and-the-arts-go-hand-in-hand/.


22. STEM and Art Themes in National Early Literacy Campaign

Reading Is Fundamental (RIF), a national non-profit organization which delivers free books to kids and families in under-served communities, has kicked off a multi-year campaign with the release of a collection of 40 multicultural children's books and related activities with themes that integrate the arts and STEM subjects. “This initiative is about inspiring the innovators of tomorrow early with engaging books and resources that connect the dots between science, technology and the arts from broad-ranging cultural perspectives,” RIF President and CEO Carol H. Rasco said about the release. Read more in an Education Week blog at http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/early_years/2012/09/promoting_the_learning_of_science.html?cmp=ENL-EU-NEWS2.


23. A Guide to Teaching Visual Literacy

Educator Mark Phillip describes a unit he taught on visual literacy and shares a step-by-step look at several of the unit's lessons. Students watch news reports, advertisements and political commercials to examine the facts, the images and music. "If kids are to make informed, free choices, we have to teach them to be critically conscious of all efforts to manipulate their thinking," Phillips writes. Read the Edutopia blog at http://www.edutopia.org/blog/teaching-kids-to-read-images-mark-phillips.


24. Artistic Expression Promotes Learning and Friendship in the Classroom

There are social and emotional benefits of Artful Thinking, a program that uses a learning strategy of active participation in the arts to increase student engagement with, and understanding of, concepts across the curriculum, David Markus writes in this blog post. Observing the program at an Annapolis, Md., middle school, Markus writes that public creative expression among students who aren't particularly good at it can increase subject-area knowledge, promote collaboration, create unlikely friendships and be great fun. Read the Edutopia blog at http://www.edutopia.org/blog/stw-arts-integration.


25. Colorado School Reform Group Seeks Improved Access to Arts Programs

A Denver school-reform organization has released a report emphasizing that offering more students access to the arts will improve academic performance. The group A+ stressed that more low-income students need access to arts programs. The Denver Public Schools officials agree the arts are important, but said state funding cuts have resulted in the loss of some programs. Read a Denver Post article at http://www.denverpost.com/recommended/ci_21520997.


26. Common Core’s Digital Literacy Gap

High school English teacher Paul Barnwell says the common standards fall short in addressing essential components of literacy today. Read the Education Week Teacher article at http://www.edweek.org/tm/articles/2012/08/22/barnwell_digital.html?tkn=WTTFSk58bPw2n%2BNtz17zSnfF3PERKBc0OVlF&cmp=ENL-TU-NEWS2.


27. How Classroom Games Can Help Build Reasoning Skills

eSchool News reviews a webinar that explores how basic games prompt students to think about problem-solving strategies. Find the review at http://www.eschoolnews.com/2012/08/29/how-classroom-games-can-help-build-reasoning-skills/.


28. How to Assess Individual Students Working on Team Projects

Teachers can take steps to ensure students working in teams receive fair, individualized assessments, high-school social studies teacher Katie Piper writes in this blog post. She writes that the project-based learning model sometimes makes high-performing students uneasy about how grades will be assigned. Her tips include having students create portfolios identifying their roles, grading students on their individual roles in the projects and self- and peer evaluations. Read the Edutopia article at http://www.edutopia.org/blog/practical-pbl-challenges-of-assessment-katherine-piper.


29. How to Use Drama To Engage Students in Critical Thinking

Whether you're looking for an icebreaker for the first day of school, a current-events discussion starter, a warm-up activity for a debate or a role-play activity for history or English, these theater-based exercises can work in the classroom, say the writers of this article. The exercises are based on the "four corners" teaching strategy and require students to form, discuss and defend opinions. The article offers several cross-curricular suggestions for using each activity. Read part one of the New York Times blog at http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/08/05/drama-strategies-to-use-with-any-days-times-part-1/; follow the Related Links at the end of the article for parts 2-5.


30. Kennedy Center to Elevate Arts Education in Baltimore

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is assisting the Baltimore City Schools with creating a long-range arts education plan for students in kindergarten through eighth grades, Erica L. Green writes in this blog post. Through the “Any Given Child” program, the city will be able to use lessons and online learning programs provided by the Kennedy Center, which has partnered with other cities, including Sacramento, California. Read a Baltimore Sun article at http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/education/blog/bal-john-f-kennedy-center-to-elevate-arts-education-in-baltimore-20120917,0,4188475.story/


31. New Developments in AV Technology

A new way to measure the brightness of colors; the ability to recognize inputs from any source, and not just a computer; and the move toward more lamp-free projectors are among the latest developments in audio-visual technology. Read an eClassroom News article about the developments at http://www.eclassroomnews.com/2012/08/10/new-developments-in-av-technology-come-into-focus/.


32. New Digital Divide

Technology has brought people together when they couldn't be further apart. Yet it has also pushed people apart when they couldn't be closer together. It's not that we've become less interested in each other, but rather less capable of paying attention to each other. Read an Education Week blog at http://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/coach_gs_teaching_tips/2012/09/the_new_digital_divide_1.html?cmp=ENL-EU-VIEWS2.


33. Ours Is a Singing School

An archived Educational Leadership article from 1959 describes one school's fruitful partnership with a music consultant. In a recent My Back Pages feature, ASCD reference librarian David Snyder shares highlights from the piece, referring to the story it tells as possessing a "disarming innocence." And although he adds that becoming a "singing school" may not be possible for you, he adds, "It's hard to resist this paean to the infectious power of the arts to improve a school climate." Find a link to the article at http://www.ascd.org/ascd-express/vol7/725-mybackpages.aspx.


34. Students to Learn from Paris Studies of History and Art Teacher

Kathleen Kennedy, a global history and art teacher at West Bronx Academy for the Future in New York City, was one of 14 teachers to travel abroad this summer to study art and architecture and gather lesson ideas to share with students this school year. Kennedy, who spent two weeks in Paris thanks to the Fund for Teachers organization, said she plans to hold similar workshops at her school to help her students link art and history. The trips are funded through the Fund for Teachers organization. Read a New York Daily News article at http://articles.nydailynews.com/2012-09-18/news/33931880_1_bronx-teachers-chemistry-teacher-sustainability.


35. Tennessee Educator Uses Music to Teach Social Studies

Tennessee teacher Andrew Klicka started writing social studies lessons in rap three years ago to help students remember difficult concepts. That spring, his class presented a school "social studies concert." Klicka's musical compositions have expanded to 20 songs in a variety of genres, including techno, reggae and funk, dealing with concepts in science, grammar, history and math. Read a Knox News article at http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2012/aug/27/teacher-uses-rap-to-help-second-graders-learn/.


36. Using Games in the ELL Classroom, Part I

Games can help create meaningful and low-anxiety opportunities for English-language learners to develop fluency. Read an Education Week Teacher article at http://www.edweek.org/tm/articles/2012/09/19/tln_ferlazzo_hull-sypnieski_ell.html?tkn=LRZFJ4c4J11te%2FZQb1gTwEPgV1%2BMB1vudpkN&cmp=ENL-TU-NEWS2.


See related article, #37


37. Using Games in the ELL Classroom, Part II

ELL teachers Larry Ferlazzo and Katie Hull Sypnieski offer examples of games that work well in the ELL classroom and can be adapted for all English-ability levels. Read an Education Week Teacher article at http://www.edweek.org/tm/articles/2012/09/24/tln_ferlazzo_hull-sypnieski_ell_parttwo.html?tkn=MUVFthQRCPxjawgd7SctPv3FuRgnqfyFYP7R&cmp=ENL-TU-NEWS2.


See related article, #36


Videos


38. Music Brings an Old Man Back to Life

This article explains the background to Alive Inside, a video that shows how personalized music can completely transform non-responsive, uninterested, almost vegetative seniors. Scroll down for a video excerpt, in which Oliver Sacks provides commentary on the way music transforms a seemingly impaired senior citizen. For the article and video excerpt, go to http://venturebeat.com/2012/07/23/ipods-for-seniors-success-alive-inside-needs-your-help-on-kickstarter/.


ODE Resources (in every issue)


Past editions of Arts Teacher Update: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=1873

Arts Announcements: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/results/?id=7

Arts Content Standards:

Standards: http://www.ode.state.or.us/teachlearn/real/documents/ar.pdf

FAQ: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=1715

Arts Subject Area Endorsement Sample Scoring Guide: http://www.ode.state.or.us/teachlearn/subjects/arts/standards/sample-scoring-guide.pdf

State Adopted Instructional Materials for the Arts:

To see the list of adopted materials, go to http://www.ode.state.or.us/teachlearn/instructionalmaterials/theartscontractyrs-20062012.pdf

For more information about textbook adoption, go to http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/results/?id=92

ODE Arts web pages:

The Arts “landing” page: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/results/?id=7

Standards: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=1708

Curriculum & Instruction: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=1712

Assessment: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=1709

Professional Development: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=1714

Content Panel: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=1710

Professional Organizations: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=1713

Publications: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=1711

Frequently Asked Questions: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=1715

Research & Support: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?=1732

Resources for Educational Achievement and Leadership (REAL): http://www.ode.state.or.us/teachlearn/real/

Oregon Diploma project: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/results/?id=368

Superintendent’s Weekly Update: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/results/?id=364

Superintendent’s Monthly Pipeline: http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=684

Contact the State Arts Specialist: Michael Fridley, michael.fridley@state.or.us, 503.947.5660

****Disclaimer--The materials contained in the Oregon Arts Teacher Update produced by Oregon Department of Education are drawn from both internal and external sources and inclusion of external materials does not necessarily indicate Oregon Department of Education endorsement.****

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