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Rescheduled Members' Meeting

DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative

Thursday, April 3, 2014 from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM (EDT)

Rescheduled Members' Meeting

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Members' Meeting 
  
When: April 3, 2014 from 4:30-6:00 p.m.
  
Where:  
 DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities 
200 I St, SE #1400, Washington, DC 20003 
Navy Yard Metro (green line)
Remember to Bring a Government Issued ID

 

Cultural Fieldtrips Make a Difference: Science Says Art Fieldtrips Will Make Your Kids Better Thinkers (and Nicer People) 

Hear the Groundbreaking Evidence of Impact From the Team at Crystal Bridges and University of Arkansas  

 

Featuring:

 

Brian Kisida, Senior Research Associate for the University of Arkansas Department of Education Reform (DER), will describe the study on the educational value of field-trips.  The study was published in Education NextEducational Researcher and Museum.  Read the Op-Ed published November 2013 by Brian Kisida, Jay P. Greene, and Daniel H. Bowen in the NY Times.


Anne Kraybill
Distance Learning Project Manager at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, will share details of the school visits program and how the research informed the museum's distance learning initiatives.  


This study involved nearly 11,000 K-12 students and 500 teachers at over 100 schools, making it the largest of its kind. This research is unique because it used a random assignment design to measure the causal impacts of school tours of an art museum. 

 

The results revealed: 

  • Increase in critical thinking, recall, tolerance, empathy and cultural interest
  • Increase in future cultural consumption
  • Educational gains were larger for minority students from high-poverty schools

  You can find more information on the study- HERE. 

 

 

DC Collaborative Business and Updates:
 
New Board Members  
We will vote on two new board members, Linda Donovan Harper and Dr. Gerald Boyd Sr., Ed.D, and the Executive Committee slate.

 

Have questions about Rescheduled Members' Meeting? Contact DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative

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DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities
200 I St, SE #1400
Washington, DC 20003

Thursday, April 3, 2014 from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM (EDT)


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DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative

The DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative believes that the arts —inclusive of music, theater, dance, visual arts, media arts— and the humanities are central to the education of every student. To accomplish this citywide effort, the Collaborative works with its members to provide equitable access to quality arts and humanities education for all DC public and public charter school students.  Working with our partners, the DC Collaborative provides exemplary programming including Arts and Humanities for Every Student and Professional Developement Initiatives.

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