Unleash the Power of Art at #EdSpark Through Our Integrated Curriculum

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The #EdSpark curriculum is composed of two different lessons—an elementary student version and a secondary student version for students in 6th -12th grade. Each version then contains three different sections—pre-tour, during, and post-tour.

The elementary student version is an Arts and Science integration focused lesson, while the secondary student version focuses on the integration of Arts and Social Studies.
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Teaching kids to “do good” in their community

Maxine Bergman started out as a teacher at Mandarin Middle School who wanted to give her students fun and exciting opportunities to help others. To do this, she  developed Good On The Go, a non-profit organization that  provides middle school kids with the opportunity to do good deeds in the Jacksonville community.
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Why Should Students Blog?

Today I have a wonderful tool to share with you, called Kidblog. Kidblog is a website that offers “safe and simple blogs for your students.” As a former teacher and lifelong learner, I can appreciate that unlike Blogger or WordPress, which are great sites for adults to use for blogging, Kidblog does not require student email addresses and displays no ads.

[Image: Kristina B.]
[Image: Kristina B.]
 
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