Artist in Residency Grant - Round 2
ACHF Arts Access ACHF Arts Education
1. Fourth grade math test scores will improve on targeted standards/benchmarks in the classes involved. 2. Fourth grade anxiety toward math and art performance will improve.3. New dance and math skills will be named/demonstrated by students and observed by parents/ teachers. 4. Expectation of quality in presentation of live and exhibited artwork. 5. Based on success, other grade levels and schools ask participants to share the program, outcomes and new strategies.1. The principal will provide pre/post MAPS test data for comparison/analysis. 2. The planning team will administer an age-appropriate pre/post survey to assess anxiety during daily participation and during testing/performance settings. Observation by classroom teachers and parent feedback will also validate. 3. Pre/post vocabulary walls, classroom lesson plans incorporate dance/math tools not previously used, parent feedback, classroom teachers and teaching-artist develop and use new teaching strategies. 4. Students are provided with criteria for quality work, students demonstrate willingness to revise work based on reflective feedback, self-assessment skills in students, and feedback from parents. 5. The number of schools and students impacted by arts-infused learning increases.
1. Fourth grade math scores improved on transformations. We used a pre and post-test created on the infuse learning site. 2. All students participated with enthusiasm showing their anxiety decreased. 3. Students performed a dance demonstrating transformation skills/knowledge learned for the parents and families during the 4th grade music concert. 4. Students displayed 3 dimensional shapes that each one created during conferences and performed the dance they helped create at the 4th grade concert for the school and their families. 5. Other grade levels at our building were excited to see the final project and we were able to share how dance and math came together in our learning.
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