Science and Art: Lessons From Leonardo da Vinci?
|Connections Between Science and Art|
|•Making fundamental science concept concrete|
|•Teaching for understanding|
|•Visualizing scientific principles|
|•Relating arts processes with scientific principles|
|Moving Arts into the Science Curriculum|
|•Showing others what happens in the science|
|Working through the Curriculum|
|•Artist initiative or project|
|•Learning from each other|
|•Making time in the schedule|
|•Supporting difficult concepts|
|•Working with diverse learners|
|Arts and scientific problem solving|
|•Uncertainties, constraints, and conflicts|
|Going Beyond the Unit|
|•Assessment through performance: The project as assessment|
|•Assessment through reflection|
|•Long term impact|
|•Challenges and incentives for doing it again|
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Publication information: Book title: Renaissance in the Classroom: Arts Integration and Meaningful Learning. Contributors: Gail Burnaford - Editor, Arnold Aprill - Editor, Cynthia Weiss - Editor. Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Place of publication: Mahwah, NJ. Publication year: 2001. Page number: 123.
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