The SEADAE blog provides the environment and opportunity for a variety of personal voices. We can share the lessons we have learned which allows our colleagues to not only improve their knowledge, but also understand the context for those "blips" of information.
Why Blog: 5 Years Later
Repost of the very first Blog entry for SEADAE. Read More
Post Date: 09/07/2016
Blog Tag(s): Blog, Technology
National Core Standards on a Shoestring Budget
How do you support your arts educators with little to no funding?
Post Date: 07/08/2016
Blog Tag(s): Budget, Standards
Leading a Double Life: Music Teachers in the Connecticut State Department of Education
Margaret Fitzgerald and Caroline Golschneider serve as Teacher Leaders in Residence at the Connecticut State Department of Education.
Teacher Leaders-in-Residence serve in a unique hybrid role, spending half of their time in district and the... Read More
Post Date: 06/21/2016
Blog Tag(s): Educator Stories
SEADAE Goes to Dubai
Presenting on the National Core Arts Standards in Dubai
by SEADAE Project Manager Cory Wilkerson
Post Date: 12/08/2015
Blog Tag(s): Professional Development
Carving A "Crosswalk" Through the Standards Maze
While the addition of the National Core Arts Standards to the canon of arts education standards may seem like a light at the end of the tunnel to some, it can also be one more stumbling block or hurdle to jump for others. As states begin to... Read More
Post Date: 11/25/2015
Blog Tag(s): Standards