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.

Building Artistic Literacy Through the New Connecticut Arts Standards

The Connecticut Board of Education adopted the new Connecticut Arts Standards on October 5, 2016 with an eager and enthusiastic, unanimous vote.  Inspired by the National Core Arts Standards (2014), the new Connecticut Arts... Read More

Post Date: 10/26/2016
Blog Tag(s): Artistic Literacy, Literacy, Standards

National Core Standards on a Shoestring Budget

How do you support your arts educators with little to no funding? Read More

Post Date: 07/08/2016
Blog Tag(s): Budget, Standards

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

Connections and Collaborations: (The First of a Three Part Series)

Lynn Tuttle, the Arizona Department of Education’s Director of Arts Education, will discuss the challenges and opportunities the new standards present to arts educators in a three-part series entitled “Connections and... Read More

Post Date: 03/18/2015
Blog Tag(s): Standards

Oregon Begins Arts Standards Projects

The National Standards, NCCAS work, is sparking new conversations in Oregon. With the focus on what students should be able to learn and do in the arts, there are far more frequent arts education conversations now, around the state. Read More

Post Date: 10/01/2013
Blog Tag(s): Standards

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