Arts Instructional Resources

SEADAE (State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education) is working to build a repository of online instructional resources for the field.

For questions about this site, please contact Julie Palkowski, SEADAE Wisconsin Member.

As a signature initiative, members of SEADAE have been contributing their departments' online learning webpages to the A.I.R. Map, a state-by-state arts instructional resource.

The links below continue to be updated. If you have a resource which may be helpful to enriching arts instruction virtually, please contribute to the online site with your ideas here.

ARTS PARTNERS COVID-19 RESOURCES AND GUIDANCE

Americans for the Arts- Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource and Response Center

Arts Education Partnership- COVID-19 Resources

Educational Theatre Association - Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact on Schools, Travel, and Gatherings

National Art Education Association- NAEA Statement on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

National Association for Music Education - NAfME COVID- 19 Resources & News; Music Teacher Resources for School Closures

National Dance Educators Organization - Teaching During COVID-19: Advice from NDEO Members

National Endowment for the Arts - COVID-19 Resources for Artists and Arts Organizations

Young Audiences Arts for Learning - Stories of Resilience Through the Arts

IMPORTANT GUIDANCE

Be sure to follow your local and state laws and guidelines regarding online resources. Approval and use of online resources is determined at the local (district) level.

We remind you to be cautious of:

1. Digital resources that require teachers or students to create online accounts (whether verified through email or not)

2. Digital resources that have copyright restrictions (many of these may also require account creation)

3. Digital resources being shared by companies that have temporarily opened their paid for resources to use for free for a limited time (some but not all of these can also require account creation)

DISCLAIMER

SEADAE does not mandate or prescribe particular curricula or lesson plans. This site contains links to learning resources created and maintained by other public and private organizations. This information is provided for the visitor’s convenience and is included here as an example of the many resources that educators may find helpful and use at their option. SEADAE does not control or guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of this outside information. Further, the inclusion of links to items is not intended to endorse any views expressed, or materials provided.

Contact SEADAE Members

Email projectmanager@seadae.org to get in touch with members and submit questions to SEADAE. © 2020 State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education (SEADAE)