For two years, the Workshop participated in an evaluation project run by the California Arts Council. The goals of this project were to identify potentially "at-risk" student populations and then evaluate the effects of a Creative Movement or Theatre residency in the classroom. Areas for student improvement were based on the Workshop's Cycle of Artistic Inquiry which seeks to demonstrate the process of critical thinking through arts learning. The following reports deal with the findings of this project at three separate locations: The Paul Robeson & Diego Rivera Academy, John Muir Elementary, and Mission Education Center.
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Title: Assessing Thinking In and Through the Arts: Second Year Evaluation of the California Arts Demonstration Project
Publication date 2003-08-30
Publication Year 2003
Performing Arts Workshop
North America / United States (Western) / California (San Francisco Bay Area)
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