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Tell me, educator friend, which of the following best describes your experience with arts integration or STEAM so far?
How long have you been using Arts Integration and STEAM?
Experienced leader who is ready to expand. We’ve been using arts integration/STEAM as a school for years and we’re ready to scale up our efforts for long-term success. 🙌
I’m the new kid in class. I’m exploring arts integration strategies, lessons, and resources - I’m ready for all the things to help me as a teacher! 💃
I’m a leader looking for ways to support my teachers - and arts integration/STEAM looks promising. I’m excited about its potential, but worried about giving my teachers “one more thing” on their plate. 🍽️
Spinning my teacher wheels and overwhelmed. I’ve been using arts integration for a while, but I’m just not seeing the progress (or buy-in from others) that I was hoping for. Plus, it’s hard to find time for it with everything else on my plate. 📅
Now, if you could snap your fingers and accomplish ONE thing with arts integration or STEAM in the next 90 days, what would it be?
Right now I'm...
Get the buy-in from all of my teachers to commit to using arts integration/STEAM this year.
Create a PLC for arts integration or STEAM in my school/district.
Write and implement my next arts integration/STEAM lesson.
Try a new creative strategy with my students.
Based on your current goals, which of the following rings true for you?
I have taken the following PD already in Arts Integration/STEAM...
I’ve been using arts integration strategies for a while in my classroom, but I’m still trying to figure out a few things. Like, how to find time for arts integration when my curriculum is so packed. And how to make the arts integration lessons I do more effective and streamlined. Plus, I’m still trying to get others in my school to give this a try.
I’m investigating the benefits of arts integration/STEAM for our school. My teachers are stressed, we are seeing gaps in literacy and math that we just can’t seem to close, and behavior issues keep increasing. As a leader, I know we have to find a way to turn things around and I’m researching if arts integration could help us.
I’m gearing up to make a shift in my teaching - I’m excited to see what my students can do with arts integration.
“Scale” and “Sustain” are my two favorite words as a leader advocating for arts integration. We’re already pretty solid in the approach. Now, I’m looking to make arts integration more consistent and a part of the culture of our building. I’m also looking for community partners and funding support to help sustain the work we’re already doing.
What do you love most about being an educator?
Honestly? I don’t love teaching anymore and I’m feeling really burnt out.
Helping other educators in whatever they need to succeed - whether it’s providing a mentor or supporting them in classroom management.
The satisfaction of creating or finding the perfect lesson or piece of content.
Resolving conflict, solving problems, and fostering a sense of community in my school/district.
Last question! How would you describe the support you have for arts integration or STEAM in your school or district right now?
A small, but mighty team. We’re just getting started with arts integration, so I have a few team leaders and our arts faculty who have agreed to start a pilot program.
Umm….support? Right now, it’s just me, myself, and I. I don’t really have people who are doing this with me, but I’m hoping to get a few of my teacher colleagues to try it out this year.
The BEST! Most of our faculty have committed to using arts integration/STEAM and I can count on them to keep the movement going.
It’s growing! I have a few teacher partners who also use arts integration/STEAM and we enjoy working together on new project ideas.
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