Renaissance in the Classroom: Arts Integration and Meaningful Learning

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Appendix J:
Contributors—All who were interviewed, submitted writing, photographs, units, and lesson plans
(We know we may have missed a few names below, but …we thank all of you!!
1. Ahlman, Angelica
2. Alexopoulas, Constantine
3. Alvarez, Myrna
4. Amon, Connie
5. Anderson, Wendy
6. Arnold, Greta
7. Arzate, Mitzy
8. Avalos, Olga
9. Baker, Glenda
10. Bartozyk, Jan
11. Bernard, Dianne
12. Bernard, Trenisean
13. Beyer, Patti Kelly
14. Bowden, Tiffany
15. Breen, Maureen
16. Brooks, Sharlean
17. Brown, Abena Joan
18. Burnette, Forian
19. Bucsi, Andrea Federle
20. Bustamente, Sarah
21. Calderon, Eric
22. Capers, Ethel
23. Carlson, Sandy
24. Carroll, William
25. Casey, Anne
26. Casper, Elizabeth
27. Castro, Rodolfo
28. Cathey, Paul
29. Catterall, James
30. Cerda, Martha
31. Chaloff, Lissa
32. Chan, Samantha
33. Chico, Anne
34. Chong-Hinojosa, Gabriela E.
35. Clayton, Dr. Ronald
36. Cobb, Mary
37. Coleman, Harriet
38. Conde, Katherine
39. Contro, Antonia
40. Cook, Terry
41. Cooper, Ashley
42. Cornelis, Darlene
43. Cornelis, Polly
44. Cortez, Martha
45. Covert, Ralph
46. Crabill, Ellen
47. Cruz, Ivan Bello
48. Da Silva, Aandraya
49. Daniels, Harvey
50. Dawkins, Ernest
51. Dawson, Kay
52. Deckert, Diane
53. Dee, Jim
54. De los Reyes, Rebecca
55. Delgado, Guillermo
56. DeSent, Wendee
57. Diehl, Deb
58. Dillon, Samantha
59. Doolas, Rosemary
60. Drogmueller, Karen
61. Dunne, Margie
62. Economou, Maria
63. Emmons, Lynette
64. Engel, Cyd
65. England, Chanita
66. Erickson, Karen
67. Erling, Susana
68. Escobar, Jose

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