What is Art Integration?
Art integration is the process of teaching content and skills by implementing artistic disciplines into core academic subjects.
Benefits of Arts Integration
Demonstrating understanding through multiple pathways
Opportunities to make and articulate connections across subject areas
Learning cross-curricular 21st-century skills like problem-solving, decision-making, communication and collaboration
Greater social-emotional competence
An increased level of engagement
New instructional methods using multiple representations, expressions, and engagement techniques
A greater sense of collaboration between peers
Cross-disciplinary knowledge and skills exchange opportunities
An increase in engagement with high-quality instructional practices
Dedication. Expertise. Passion.
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Philip is an award-winning filmmaker and arts educator in Chicago, where he teaches high school media arts. With a degree from Columbia College Chicago and an MFA in media education from Emerson College, Philip brings a wealth of knowledge to Arts Integrated. Philip's diverse background in filmmaking, curriculum development, and arts education, along with his commitment to empowering youth through artistic expression, is the foundation and backbone of Arts Integrated. To learn more about Philip’s background please check out www.philalvy.com.
Our activities are designed for group or individual work completed in class or as homework assignments. Technology and equipment requirements are minimal and are based on what schools typically have available. Students have access to the online hub and will be able to learn all the skills needed to complete the projects. Select and download the teaching guides below to get started.
The student hub has linked videos, guides, and resources for the art skills needed to complete every assignment. The hub has been designed for students to navigate with very little guidance. Post or print the QR Code linked below for students to use for quick access.