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Arts Integration in Diverse K5 Classrooms: Cultivating Literacy Skills and Conceptual Understanding


reviewed by Tawnya Smith - March 23, 2020

coverTitle: Arts Integration in Diverse K5 Classrooms: Cultivating Literacy Skills and Conceptual Understanding
Author(s): Liane Brouillette
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807761826, Pages: 160, Year: 2019
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 23, 2020
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23246, Date Accessed: 4/7/2020 4:55:06 PM

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  • Tawnya Smith
    Boston University
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    TAWNYA SMITH, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Music Education at Boston University. She teaches graduate courses in research, curriculum, arts integration, and undergraduate courses in creating healthy classrooms, and arts and the environment. Dr. Smith is an integrative researcher who explores expressive arts principles to promote holistic learning. Her background in music education has led her to experiment with free improvisation and multi-modal art response as a means for learners to explore the self in community settings. Her recent work focuses on arts integration and social justice. She has published articles in the Journal of Applied Arts and Health, Music Educators Journal, and Gender and Education. She has contributed book chapters to Art as Research; Key Issues in Arts Education; and Queering Freedom: Music, Identity, and Spirituality. She is co-author of the book Performance Anxiety Strategies and co-editor of Narratives and Reflections in Music Education: Listening to Voices Seldom Heard.
 
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