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Kelin, Daniel A., II; Jaffe, Nick; Bangerter, Neida; Wong, Randy; Kealoha; Penney-Rohner, Vicki – Teaching Artist Journal, 2013
This article describes ideas that came out of two workshops from a statewide Institute in Hawaii, comprised of sixty-five teaching artists, that focused on analyzing best practices. These were collaborative curriculum design workshops that yielded provocative and inspiring theoretical and practical ideas. In the first workshop, small groups of…
Descriptors: Best Practices, Teacher Workshops, Curriculum Design, Teacher Collaboration
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Rosenfeld, Malke, Ed.; Conarro, Ryan; Upshaw, Allison; Makol, Suzanne; Kelin, Daniel A., II; Redman, Jeff – Teaching Artist Journal, 2013
Stories in the "ALT/Space" section of each issue of "Teaching Artist Journal" illustrate and document a wide variety of topics surrounding the work of teaching artists while simultaneously revealing some larger truths about what it means to be an artist who teaches. This particular section focuses on the process and realities…
Descriptors: Artists, Teachers, Teacher Collaboration, Rural Schools
Gere, Jeff; Kozlovich, Beth-Ann; Kelin, Daniel A., II – 2002
Story telling is one of the most basic ways of sharing knowledge, of making sense of experiences, and of seeing oneself in relation to others. In the classroom, story telling is an important activity with strong links to literacy. This guide provides a selection of classroom resources for teachers seeking to develop literacy skills in elementary…
Descriptors: Class Activities, Classroom Techniques, Elementary Education, Learning Activities
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Kelin, Daniel A., II. – Arts Education Policy Review, 2017
Arts education has no firm place in Hawaii's public school system. Even the Board of Education plan and the State Department of Education's plans differ in how they refer to and make recommendations about the place or purpose of arts education. This article reviews examples of competing policy to suggest how arts-integrated style teaching could…
Descriptors: Art Education, Educational Policy, Interdisciplinary Approach, Drama
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Kelin, Daniel A., II – Teaching Artist Journal, 2015
This article presents a critical and comparative look at how two theatre programs help young people develop an artistic voice and sense of self as an artist. Each program begins with art. Individuals explore basic tenets of dramatic expression through foundational activities. As they play and experiment, the individuals discover their capacity for…
Descriptors: Theater Arts, Art Activities, Artists, Drama
Owens, Douglas T., Ed. – 1993
Research Ideas for the Classroom is a three-volume series of research interpretations for early childhood, middle grades, and high school mathematics classrooms. Each volume looks at research from the perspective of the learner, the content, and the teacher, and chapters are co-authored by a researcher and a teacher. Chapter titles in the middle…
Descriptors: Affective Behavior, Decimal Fractions, Division, Elementary School Mathematics
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Kelin, Daniel A., II – Teaching Artist Journal, 2010
During discussions with students the author often says, "I ask questions because I wish to know what you think. I already know what I think." Recently, he has taken his own advice, in a way, and has carefully considered what he does think and how those beliefs shape and are shaped, by his practice. Several questions with the author's answers are…
Descriptors: Educational Practices, Transformative Learning, Reflection, Educational Strategies
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Kelin, Daniel A., II – Teaching Artist Journal, 2009
As the moniker "teaching artist" embeds itself deeper into the lexicon, it seems time to examine subsets of the appellation and provide finer, subtler definitions. Each of those included in this article has arisen in answer to specific needs or desires of schools, programs, teachers, institutions, and communities. Each has also informally earned a…
Descriptors: Art Teachers, Artists, Teaching (Occupation), Art Education
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Rosenfeld, Malke; Kelin, Daniel; Plows, Kate; Conarro, Ryan; Broderick, Debora – Teaching Artist Journal, 2014
When one says "writing about teaching artist practice," what exactly does that mean? In the first two sections (EJ1039315 and EJ1039319), the authors considered different ways to frame a story by either zooming in closely to a specific moment or zooming out to provide more context in an effort to address complex issues. The stories in…
Descriptors: Art Education, Writing (Composition), Personal Narratives, Art Teachers
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Kelin, Dan A., II – Teaching Artist Journal, 2008
A teaching artist reflects on his travels and work across the South Pacific and India. He concludes that American culture views art as a commodity appreciated mostly for its personal entertainment value, and therefore judges the outcome of artistic endeavors rather than appreciate the purpose of such endeavors. His teaching experiences have…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Artists, Cultural Influences, Aesthetics
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Kelin, Dan, II. – Teaching Artist Journal, 2007
Without moments of reflection provided in every process, students might not learn to ask themselves questions. They need to understand that it is important to reflect, but students need models for efficient and effective questioning. In this article, the author discusses various approaches to reflection and questioning.
Descriptors: Reflection, Students, Art Education, Dramatics
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Kelin, Daniel A., II – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2007
This article examines how drama education strategies enrich children's understanding and excitement of a story before they read, preparing them for a deeper exploration and appreciation of the story. Following a book's basic storyline, drama strategies guide children through an honest, spontaneous enactment of a story's key events without…
Descriptors: Drama, Childrens Literature, Literature Appreciation, Reader Text Relationship
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Kelin, Daniel A., II – Social Studies and the Young Learner, 2005
Guiding students through a dramatic exploration of an historical event can elicit strong emotional reactions that can deepen student understanding and interest in the subject matter. This article describes an integrated third grade lesson plan that focuses on Henry Hudson's voyages in the early 1600s. The students take on the roles of Hudson's…
Descriptors: Grade 3, United States History, History Instruction, Role Playing
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Chen, Qin; Duan, Suqun; Zeng, Fancai; Zeng, Xiaorong; Zhao, Qiong; Liu, Kelin – International Education Studies, 2011
According to the requirement that the higher education of China in the new term needs new educational strategy "to enhance the teaching quality", the concept and the formation and operation of the effective mechanism of the refined teaching management of college are introduced in this article, to seek an optimal solution to enhance the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Quality, Higher Education, Educational Change
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Kelin, Daniel A., II – Teaching Artist Journal, 2004
In this article, the author talks about the "December 7, 1941 Project," a partnership between Honolulu Theatre for Youth (HTY) and a local elementary school. The project brought together 4th and 5th grade students and teachers with community elders, artists and parents, using oral history and drama education to investigate memories…
Descriptors: Theater Arts, Art Education, Elementary School Students, Grade 4
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