Most S.C. schools, nonprofit organizations (arts and non-arts), colleges and universities, and units of government are eligible. Art teacher, artist, musician, and arts in education advocate mom from Allentown, PA. BA degree in Studio Art from Moravian College, and Teaching Certification in Art (Pre-K-12) from Kutztown University, and more than 10 years experience teaching classroom art in an urban school district.
For example, when students learn about the colonization of the Americas in their Social Studies class, the teacher can use this opportunity to teach about the art of a local Native American tribe or when students read Langston Hughes in their English Language Arts class the teacher can teach about the artist of the Harlem Renaissance.
It is further worth noting that at the Baltimore International College, the classes are held at classrooms, cooking laboratories, offices and dorms, as well as on the culinary arts center, bookstore, and computer lab of this Baltimore culinary arts school.
The teacher also had the students write a poem using words they felt while they, the snowflakes, were falling to the ground (Jacobs, 1999, p.2). The motivational powers of the arts are significant as this teacher explained, Hooking a kid is half, if not more than half, the battle of learning.
Talking to tutors who identified their frustrations with management, University selection criteria and the necessity to maintain course numbers by retaining students unsuitable for the courses did little to inspire their confidence in third level education.