Top 10 skills children learn from the arts. (by Katherine Frey/The Washington Post) You don’t find school reformers talking much about how we need to train more teachers in the arts, given the current obsession with science, math, technology and engineering (STEM), but here’s a list of skills that young people learn from studying the arts.
They serve as a reminder that the arts — while important to study for their intrinsic value — also promote skills seen as important in academic and life success. (That’s why some people talk about changing the current national emphasis on STEM to STEAM.) This was written by Lisa Phillips is an author, blog journalist, arts and leadership educator, speaker and business owner. To learn about Lisa’s book, “The Artistic Edge: 7 Skills Children Need to Succeed in an Increasingly Right Brain World,” click here.
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I’m not too fond of falling off three-story buildings, either. The laws of physics can be so unforgiving. But two weeks ago I went to choreographer Elizabeth Streb‘s latest work, "Run Up Walls," in which dancers slammed into panes of glass without uttering a single expletive and dove from a truss 30 feet high as though they were flopping onto a bed. Rather than bemoan the laws of physics, Streb celebrates them. Knowing how the human body responds to impact, her dancers have figured out how to do things that seem superhuman. I heard about Streb’s work last month from Harvard physicist Lisa Randall, who has acquired some renown in artistic circles for her opera inspired by the concept of extra spatial dimensions. Streb distinguishes her work from ballet and modern dance, which, she says, seek to camouflage the forces of nature. The parkour-like acrobatics weren’t even my favorite parts of her show. Center for Learning through the Arts and Technology. Center Partners The Center for Learning through the Arts and Technology brings together nationally renowned faculty and professional researchers from within and across disciplines at UC Irvine to examine the reciprocal impact of the arts on the Center's focus areas, including the formulation of new public policy.
Center partners work collaboratively to define new--and amplify existing--research efforts as well as to direct service programs, thus broadening perspectives through unique projects and partnerships. For more information please contact us: Center for Learning through the Arts and Technology University of California, Irvine 3200 Berkeley Place Irvine, CA 92697-5500 Telephone: (949) 824-5119 Fax: (949) 824-9103 email@example.com. Contemporary Dance Video Database. Synchronous Objects. Synchronous Objects. Dance Films Association.
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