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Title: The Arts in Out of School Time:


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The Arts in Out of School Time Dallas Creative
Learning System
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Importance of Arts in OST
Benefits of Arts Learning
Benefits of Afterschool Learning
  • Improved engagement in learning decreased
    drop-out rate
  • Increased academic achievement
  • Helps decrease involvement in delinquent behavior
  • Helps students overcome obstacles of
    disadvantaged backgrounds
  • Improves attitudes about themselves the future
  • Improved engagement in learning school
    attendance
  • Increased academic achievement
  • Kids handle conflict more effectively
  • Students at greatest risk show greatest gains
  • Keeps kids safe, healthy on track for success
  • Helps working families

Champions of Change The Impact of the Arts on
Learning, Presidents Committee on the Arts and
Humanities and the Arts Education
Partnership Involvement in the Arts and Success
in Secondary School by James S. Catterall, Ph.D.

 http//www.afterschoolalliance.org/after_out.cfm
Working for Children and Families Safe and
Smart After-School Programs, U.S. Department of
Education, April 2000
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Importance of Arts in OST
Quality arts education can help students develop
the four C's Cognition think critically, solve
problems, analyze synthesize information,
evaluate make decisions Culture understand
people, traditions symbols bridge gaps in a
diverse complicated world Communication use
sights, sounds movement to convey meaning
beyond words. interpret understand complex
symbols Creativity develop imagination,
invention innovation. linked to scientific
discovery, business planning negotiation
http//www.ed.gov/pubs/After_School_Programs/Arts_
Programs.html
4
Big Thoughts Mission Vision
Mission To make imagination a part of everyday
learning. Vision We envision communities where
every learner is immersed every day in
opportunities to imagine, create and succeed.
5
Big Thoughts Services
  • Direct services for children, parents educators
  • Systemic initiatives designed to generate
    wide-spread educational community reform

6
Creative Learning Timeline in Dallas
Wallace Foundation Dallas Public-Private
partnership begin planning
Dallas ISD studies effects of ArtsPartners on
students
City of Dallas OCA studies arts spending for
children
Partnership for Arts, Culture Education (PACE)
formed
1980
1997
1998
2000
1970s
1987
2005
2007
2003
2005
Dallas arts education minimized
Dallas ArtsPartners launched
Young Audiences of Greater Dallas formed
ArtsPartners Annenberg Study reports
groundbreaking results
Thriving Minds launched
Ford Foundation Family Initiative begins
7
Creative Learning Timeline in Dallas
Exceed 08 goal - raise 3.2 M in private sector
funding
May Partnership with SMU Summer Training
Institute
Revised elementary middle school arts
curriculum
April Cycle 6 for 120 more schools
Neighborhood programs serve 7500
2007
2009
2008
Hired 140 DISD art specialists
Release year 2 TM research report
Established 5 Neighborhood Leadership teams
Summer 13 camps for 4 weeks each
Afterschool program launches _at_ 20 campuses
8
Community Research
  • Research Components
  • Supply of Arts Learning
  • School Survey
  • Community and Cultural Institution Survey
  • Demand for Arts Learning
  • Parent Survey
  • Parent Interviews
  • Teacher Survey
  • Student Interviews
  • Community Leadership Interviews

9
Parents Key Learnings
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Parent Engagement Pathway
Personal Experience
Awareness
Education
Involvement
Advocacy
Awareness Craft message spread the word
Personal Experience Connect message to real
experiences
Education Provide access information
Involvement Neighborhood Leadership Teams
Advocacy Mobilize parent leaders
11
Creative Learning Communities
Big Thought builds creative learning communities
partners that work together to organize
implement resources programs
  • Schools
  • City agencies
  • Universities
  • Museums
  • Libraries
  • Non-profit agencies
  • Funders
  • and others

12
Neighborhood Hubs
Current presence
Planned
Future
Library
Religious Inst.
CBOs
Rec Center
High School
Elementary School
13
Messages Forums
  • Creative learning success
  • ALL families can take part
  • Were everywhere kids learn
  • In school, after school summer
  • Your ideas can change your neighborhood
  • Tell us what you have what you need
  • We can help you create the neighborhood you wish
    you had

Community conversations Neighborhood Leadership
Teams Summer in the City
14
Creative Communities Neighborhood Leadership Teams
15
Parent Demand Survey
  • Neighborhood problems
  • Wasting time, unproductive activities
  • Unsafe outdoor play
  • Low achievement, over-emphasis on testing
  • Vandalism
  • Creative learning solutions
  • Multi-age programs
  • Programmatic pathways fostering progressive
    learning
  • Mentorship leadership opportunities
  • Community building networking

16
Creative Communities Sample Neighborhood
Activities
  • Far East Dallas Camp Metalhead
  • Oak Cliff Writers Garret Work of Art
  • Pleasant Grove Creative Imagination
  • South Dallas Sight and Sound
  • West Dallas Discover Africa

17
Creative Workforce Model
Variety of involvement levels
Enhance Skills
Creative Workforce
Sharing Your Creativity How People Learn Planning
Learning Experiences Sharing with Groups Working
in Schools, After Schools Community
settings Special Issues in Sharing Creativity
Culmination Team Volunteers Guides/
Assistants Low Intensity Workshops
Creative Citizens
Pre-Professional Creatives (Students)
Low - Mid Intensity Workshops Residencies
(Unincorporated) Professional-level Creatives
High Intensity Workshops Residencies Performan
ce/ Exhibition Training
Professional Teaching Artists
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