Back to School and back to developing new lesson plans and programs for teachers, administrators and PTAs everywhere. Although the Common Core may have a bad rap with some, we learned from Southern California-based Arts Education Consultant, Hélène Trudeau that it actually brings an encouragement for multi-disciplinary approaches to teaching and cross-overs between departments. So, begin to enter into your curriculum 3D Print Lesson Plans, the most obvious cross-over between art, math and science. Turn STEM into STEAM and practical application with design-process thinking. But these 3D Print Lesson Plans like any multi-disciplinary program require careful planning and consideration, so sit in with us while we discuss some of the questions and issues Hélène has found as she begins planning future 3D Print Lesson Plans.
About Hélène Trudeau | Arts Education Consultant
As an Arts Education Consultant in Southern California, Hélène has helped non-profits and school districts integrate and supplement arts education. She has worked at major performing arts centers including the LA Music Center and the Segerstrom Center for the Arts where she was in charge of programs for students, teachers and families. She is passionate about a multi-disciplinary approach to teaching that includes the use of the arts (visual and performing) as teaching tools.
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