SchoolArts Magazine

September 2016

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SCHOOLARTSMAGAZINE.COM 37 Art or Science? "This feels like a science project," is a common remark made about this project. I always try to emphasize that art is everywhere, including in science, and that's why I love teach- ing it. Once you recognize that visual images help you learn, understand, and explain the world you live in, you are much more likely to appreciate the power of art in your life. Susan Luckow is an art teacher at Ryan Middle School in Fairbanks, Alaska. Susan.luckow@k12northstar.org N A T I O N A L S T A N D A R D Connecting: Relating artistic ideas and work with personal meaning and external context. W E B L I N K www.physicscentral.com youtube.com/watch?v-XGK84Poeynk youtube.com/watch?v-yftOy8k-z7aE Music Playlist • "We Ar • "Teardrop," Massive Attack • "Cosmic Love," Florence + the Machine • The Beatles • "Wish Upon a Star," Steve Miller Band • "Counting Stars," OneRepublic • • "All of the Stars," Ed Sheeran • "Shining Star," Earth, Wind and Fire • "Dark Star," Cr , Stills & Nash • ," Madonna • "Stars and Boulevards," Augustana • "Wand'rin Star," Lee Marvin Sabrina, grade eight, Fish Out of Water. Taylor, grade seven, Shining Bright.

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