Learning in and with the arts has been linked with increased student achievement, but the means by which the arts may support cognitive growth in students is relatively undocumented. Thirty students across ten classes in veteran teacher-artist partnerships were selected to help explore the processes and outcomes associated with arts-integrated learning units versus learning processes and outcomes in comparable non-arts units.
Title: How Arts Integration Supports Student Learning: Students Shed Light on the Connections (Full report)
Publication date 2002-01-12
Publication Year 2002
, Terry Morris
Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education (CAPE)
North America / United States (Midwestern) / Illinois / Cook County / Chicago
, non arts
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