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Arts Learning Promotes Socio-emotional Competencies

In the United States, the University of Chicago Consortium on School Research, in partnership with the Chicago Public Schools Advocacy group Ingenuity, has gathered a distinguished panel of researchers to address these two questions: 1. What kind of theory of action describes the...
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Expanding the Ways We Evaluate Excellence

For twenty years, the initiative Animating Democracy, from Americans for the Arts, has been the most prominent national organization supporting arts for social and civic change in the United States.  A few years ago they produced a significant report called Aesthetic...
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Mindsets Matter the Most

A new international research study from McKinsey & Company entitled How to Improve Student Educational Outcomes: New insights from data Analytics brings two key findings:   • Student mindsets, such as motivation and self-belief, have greater impact on student performance...
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A Tool for Stressed-Out Adolescents

Sistema teachers deal with adolescents who experience stress.  Here is a finding from psychologists that give us a clue for how to help them more.  It’s called Negative Emotional Differentiation (NED)—which sounds like a bad thing for adolescents to have,...
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Call for Papers on Collective Artistic Practice

The journal Cadernos de Arte e Antropologia announces a call for papers for a special thematic issue focusing on “Collective artistic practices and their socio-political potentials.”  The editors are looking for accounts of artistic practices with a participatory dimension, in which...
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Seminar on Research and Practice

Apply now for the 2nd Social Impacts of Music Making (SIMM) Research Seminar, focusing on the relationship between research and practice in social music projects. The international seminar will take place 25-28 November 2019, in Antwerp, Belgium. The research platform SIMM, the Antwerp Research Institute...
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Musical Study and Academics—a New Study

New research from the University of British Columbia (Canada) finds that students who study music do better academically in math, science, and English than do their peers who don’t study music.  There have been previous studies with similar conclusions, but...
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