How Art Can Help Center a Student’s Learning Experience

Sharing core norms and values
Posted Oct 25, 2019 | KQED network, Katrina Schwartz

Over the past two decades, US education policies have been directed on math and reading test scores, compelling many schools to cut “extras” like visual art, music, drama, and dance. In this interview at an elementary school in Alameda, California, Katrina Schwartz of the KQED network discusses the power of art to improve learning by making it fun, multi-disciplinary, connected and creative. She argues that art gives students a way to think about the world differently, make connections, and contemplate their place within it.


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