Juhwan Seo, celloist and a senior at Lake Oswego HIgh School in Lake Oswego, OR. He was a member of the Portland Youth Philharmonic, Lake Oswego HIgh School Orchestra and the Oregon All-State Honor Orchestra. He has been a three time OSAA Orchestra State Champion Finalist and two time Portland Youth Philharmonic Summer Scholarship Winner. He has participated in the Britt Festival String Quartet Academy, Green Mountain Chamber Festival and the Portland State University Haystack Chamber Music Camp. Congratulations to Juhwan, his family and her teachers!
We urge music teachers towatch our website for the spring announcement of 2014 NSO Summer Institute applications and have their students apply to attend this unique summer music institute offering.National Core Arts Standards, PreK-8, will be available for public review at the end of June, with high school standards available next. Watch here for how to go online and review, giving Oregon input to this national work. For more information on the National Core Arts Standards please go to www.nccas.wikispaces.com or contact Nancy Carr at email@example.com. Nest Generation Oregon Arts Standards – The Oregon Alliance for Arts Education (OAAE), the statewide advocacy organization promoting PreK-12 instructional access to the arts for all students, is leading an effort to revise and update the Oregon Arts Content Standards. In partnership with the leading professional arts education organizations in dance, music, theatre, visual arts and media arts and in consultation with the Oregon Department of Education, OAAE will develop and fund a statewide working group to align Oregon’s arts standards to the new voluntary national standards in the arts and the Common Core State Standards. These standards will re-affirm that the arts are a core academic subject area in the well-rounded curricular education of Oregon’s PreK-12 students. Five writing teams for dance, media arts, music, theatre and visual arts are established and preparing for work. They will be reviewing the PreK-8 national standards coming out at the end of June, to be followed by high school standards shortly thereafter. They will work on like Oregon standards and work to have them ready for Oregon public review at the end of September. All work will be electronically accomplished and each team will be establishing their own collaborative webinar/Skype/ichat times. Questions, please contact Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Arts Education Research from the College Board Informs Oregon’s Arts Standards Revisiting – The College Board, composed of more than 5,900schools, colleges, universities and other educational organizations, is an internationally recognized institution dedicated to measuring and improving student abilities and achievement. It has just released two new research reports designed to support the revision of the National Arts Education Standards, as well as OAAE’s project, “The Oregon Partnership for Arts Learning Standards” (OPALS). Go to www.nccas.wikispaces.com and look in the left column for the multiple College Board Research and resulting Reports.
SEADAE has released the Whitepaper on roles and REsponsibilities of Arts Educators - The SEADAE Arts Education White Paper released, promoting universal access to high-quality Arts Education. Roles of Certified Arts Educators, Certified Non-Arts Educators, & Providers of Supplemental Arts Instruction. This paper has beenendorsed by Rachel Goslins, Executive Director of The President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities and is the work of the State Education Agency Directors Arts Education or SEADAE. Should you have questions, please contact Marcia McCaffrrey, for SEADAE, at email@example.com or Nancy Carr in Oregon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to Richard Burrows, OAAE Advisor, for creating the symbols of the new OAAE logo!
Thank you to Michael Fell, Artist and Art Educator, for assisting with graphics software on the logo design.
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