Discover resources for dynamic arts-integrated learning.
For educators: A complete pedagogical toolbox
ArtsNOW has developed a carefully structured arts-based pedagogy that promotes collaboration, creative and critical thinking and the ability to apply principles across different disciplines. We seek to build educators’ skills and confidence through professional development — and supply the resources to encourage integration of the arts across all grades, disciplines and content areas.
Educators are invited to explore the ArtsNOW library of lesson guides, including both integrated series and standalone guides for a variety of disciplines and grade levels. Each lesson guide features discussion questions and prompts involving real-world context, interdisciplinary concepts and much more.
Integrated Units/Multiple Related Lessons
This option features multiple units of learning designed as a series to be implemented over multiple days.
These individual guides and lessons have been created as standalone units of learning.
ArtsNOW video modules provide convenient virtual lessons that can be accomplished in both remote and face-to-face classroom settings. Each module is accompanied by learning targets, essential questions, curriculum standards and arts standards, additional resources, extension activities and more.
“When our teachers learn how to use the resources, it’s like a light bulb goes on about arts education and how we can do this.” – Educator and ArtsNOW liaison
For students/families: Arts-integrated learning to explore at home
ArtsNOW recognizes the essential role of parents and other caregivers when it comes to supplementing and reinforcing classroom learning. That’s why we’ve assembled these new digital ideas to make arts-integrated learning at home easier — and more fun! — than ever.
At-home lessons with video assist
Choose from a selection of at-home lessons created by ArtsNOW consultants and teaching artists across a variety of grade levels and disciplines — including strategies in dance, music, theatre and the visual arts.
Learn4Life recognizes ArtsNOW as an Early Literacy Bright Spot
Recognition as a Bright Spot brings with it strategic support from L4L’s Early Literacy Network. Their support will focus on how to scale ArtsNOW so that more students and teachers can benefit from arts integration.
Ready to find out how ArtsNOW can bring learning to life for your students? Let’s talk.