Arts education is important not only because of the fun of making art motivate y
Arts education is important not only because of the fun of making art motivate young learners, but because the skills in perception and problem-solving exercised by arts instruction are integral to other disciplines. Margaret Walter-Baldwin, an art teacher at Blue Hill Consolidated School, says that the success students have in the art room can sometimes carry over into the regular classroom. Janice Marston, a teacher at Auburn's Sherwood Heights School, believes that art education can motivate students, which can be an effective way to teach. Details, related article on artist Michael Vermette.
Art Study and teaching
Gold, Donna, "Arts education is important not only because of the fun of making art motivate y" (1995). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 1117.
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