Teaching is Activism! Implementing the Arts as catalyst to accessing a deeper understanding of equity and our universal interconnectedness

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Title

Teaching is Activism! Implementing the Arts as catalyst to accessing a deeper understanding of equity and our universal interconnectedness

Authors

Adam Goldberg

Files

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Publication Date

4-10-2021

Document Type

ABLE Assembly Conference Session Materials

Keywords

Earth Song Project; activitism; inter-disicplinarianism; using music to teach other subjects

ABLE Arts Resource Center Terms

ABLE Arts Resource Center; ABLE Assembly; Autism; Down Syndrome; Multiple Disabilities; General Music; Elementary School(K-6); Middle School (6-8); High School (9-12); Benefits of Music; Accessibility; Inclusion; Equity

Secondary File Notes

Documentation 1 contains a session summary. Documentation 2 contains a presentation transcript. Website links included are for the following: Michael Jackson - 'Earth Song'; Beyonce and Daughter Grammys; Anthropocene Documentary; Global Warming Science; CBS Sunday Morning; Carnegie Hall Promo.

Teaching is Activism! Implementing the Arts as catalyst to accessing a deeper understanding of equity and our universal interconnectedness

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