Preparation for Residencies
This page includes all the resources need for before during and after Mr. Walther visits. Including: puppet patterns, CIM CAM and vocabulary pages.
This is the pattern for the puppet heads made in the Puppet Making residency. It is useful to have these ready before hand.
Art Vocabulary Lists
Oregon Art Content Standards
Art Resources on the Net
Arts Edge is a cooperative project of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts and includes a wide range of resources: from the National Standards for the Arts to a Curriculum Studio to assist teachers in arts lesson planning to a Web Spotlight, showcasing art by students.
Artsednet is sponsored by the Getty Education Institute for the Arts. It offers a wealth of classroom materials, research, and arts-advocacy information. Classroom teachers share detailed plans for teaching visual art in a disciplined way.
Arts Education Online
Arts Education Online is sponsored by The California Arts Project (TCAP). It offers professional development resources for educators working in the visual and performing arts. Web site resources include references and research materials, discussion groups, an interactive arena, and links to other hot spots.
Arts Education Partnerhship
This national coalition promotes the essential role of arts education, provides online links to member organizations and arts advocacy resources.
Artsource is a selective list of image collections
The Community Discovered
The Community Discovered is Nebraska project linking technology and the arts with other subject areas. The goals is to develop models of engaged student learning using technology and the resources of the internent.
Edsitement is a humanities-related education site created by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Council of the Great City Schools, MCI WorldCom, and the National Truest for the Humanities, and includes resources for teaching English, history, art history, and foreign languages.
Educational Theatre Association
This national professional organization for teachers of theatre, offers online information about professional development and advocacy.
Growing Up With Art
Growing Up With Art is a collaborative project developed by the Seattle Art Museum and several Seattle Public Schools. It includes a web site through which teachers can access the museums collections of Asian, African, and Native American art and obtain educational materials. Sequential unit plans appropriate for grades 2-6 weave art-making activities with writing and research projects.
Music Educators National Conference
Music Educators National Conference (MENC) offers links and resources for music educators.
National Art Education Association
The National Art Education Association (NAEA) offers online resources for visual art educators.
National Assembly Of State Arts Agencies
The National Assembly of State Arts Agencies works to increase participation in the arts in communities across the nation. This site includes links to state arts agencies, many of which are involved in innovative approaches to arts education and provide creative alternatives for at-risk youth.
National Dance Association
This organization supports dance teachers and promotes national standards in the discipline of dance.
New Horizons For Learning
This Seattle-based, nonprofit network promotes the use of electronic technologies to expand learning opportunities, including The Art Studio which links to journal articles, electronic galleries, and arts-centered school web sites.
The National PTA site offers links to parenting resources promoting arts education, including a Be Smart, Include Art library.
Support For Teachers In Art (START)
START is a part of the Oregon Public Education Network (OPEN) site. Developed for teachers by fellow teachers, artists, and arts specialists throughout Oregon. START is intended to be a place to begin to incorporate the arts into the classroom and help students meet arts standards. Detailed lesson plans for grades K-8 in the visual arts and music will eventually be expanded to include all the arts.
Theatrelink is an educational project of the Manhattan Theatre Club and show how the web can bring students together for learning opportunities.