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GIA Conference D3: Final Thoughts (Arts Education IS Social Justice)

GIA Conference D3/Wrap Up While this will be my final post as one of the three official conference bloggers, I have no doubt that so very much of what I encountered idea-wise will infiltrate not only my blogging on Dewey21C, … Continue reading

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GIA Conference D2: Is Darwin in The House?

GIA Conference D2: 4:30 am Pacific Time. Considering the unfortunate length of my Day One entry yesterday, I thought it might be a good idea to post something today a bit more concise. So, let’s focus on two sessions. Enabling … Continue reading

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Day One: The Times They Are A-Changin’. The Times They Are A-Changed.

So, how does one take a dozen pages of hastily typed notes covering approximately seven hours of a conference day, including plenary, panel presentations, and forum-type sessions? Hell if I know. Let’s call it a blog in process. I have … Continue reading

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Does Mass Change with Velocity? 5:00 in the morning before the Conference

It’s Columbus Day morning in San Francisco. A great city to visit is what I always think upon arrival and when departing for home. So, it’s 5:00 in the morning, and since I am on eastern time, I thought, what … Continue reading

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Meet the bloggers: Richard Kessler

Richard is currently the Dean of Mannes College The New School of Music. Previously, he served as executive director of the Center for Arts Education, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting arts education as an essential part of K–12 education … Continue reading

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