Follow the link above for arts curriculum resources from OPEN, the Oregon Public Education Network.
ArtsWork: Arts Resources for Teachers and Students
This site includes a great set of resources, links, lesson plans, and much more for educational materials in the area of visual arts, dance, music, and drama/theater.
Exploring Patterns in Nature
This site offers teachers connections to visual arts.
FAMSF: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
The ImageBase is a searchable image and text database of objects from the collections of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (the de Young Museum and the Legion of Honor). The collections (110,000 objects) belong to the people of the City and County of San Francicso. Type in a search term and view images matched to that term.
Linda Darling-Hammond Site
Linda Darling-Hammond is considered one of our nation's education experts on teachers, training, and learning behaviors. This site offers several articles authored by Ms. D-Hammond.
North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts
NTIEVA provides extensive training in the theory and implementation of discipline-based art education for school district teams comprised of art specialists, art supervisors, classroom teachers, principals, superintendents and school board members, as well as for museum educators and docents.
Robert J. Sternberg
Robert Sternberg, PhD/Psychology, has been researching his theories of higher mental functions of creativity, cognition, styles of thinking, and emotions. This site is a sampling of what he's thinking. You can choose for yourself how his theories are applicable to education.
Dr. Sternberg and SAT's, Interview on FRONTLINE
Secondary Arts Education Links
This site is well-organized and one may already know/use. Definitely worth searching through!
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