Fine Arts

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Breakout Edu Kit

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The Breakout EDU kit includes everything you need to play over 350 games created for the classroom environment. The kit includes access to the new BreakoutEdu Platform to be used while using the kit.

Grade Level: 
Primary
Elementary
Middle
High
Professional
Content Area: 
ELA
Math
Social Studies
Science
Fine Arts
Health/Phys. Ed.
LOTE
Computer Science
Special Education
Family/Consumer Science
Business/Technology
ELL
Library
Other
Play Time: 
30 min.
Breakout Edu Kit

Producer Roles | Video Production: Behind the Scenes with the Pros

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KET producer Erin Lowry discusses the roles of a producer.

Roadtrip Nation Leaders: Rex Grignon

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Rex thought he had his career figured out, but when he heard about computer animation, he embarked on a new path. As an animator, Rex has been able to combine his interests in math, engineering, design, and art.

 

Use the Support Materials to access the lesson plan and student worksheet.  

Interested in more leaders? Check out Roadtrip Nation's Interview Archive for more engaging conversations about finding your road. 

Roadtrip Nation Leaders: Ann Powers

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Ann spent her childhood buried in books and followed her passion for reading to a career in writing. What was her plan? Not having one. By staying open to new experiences but still remaining focused on her interests, Ann has become a successful writer and author.

 

Use the Support Materials to access the lesson plan and student worksheet.  

Interested in more leaders? Check out Roadtrip Nation's Interview Archive for more engaging conversations about finding your road. 

Roadtrip Nation Leaders: David Banks

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David turned his interest into his unofficial course of study, finding unconventional ways to learn about his love of photography. David's career in film and photography helped him explore the visual world of storytelling, but he also faced challenges. To face his doubts head on, David developed a support network to get him past his uncertainty.

 Use the Support Materials to access the lesson plan and student worksheet.  

Interested in more leaders? Check out Roadtrip Nation's Interview Archive for more engaging conversations about finding your road. 

'Theater of War' Brings Hope to Wounded Soldiers

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A new concept that uses acting and the theater to help unlock the inner grief and suffering that many soldiers bring back from war zones is catching on.

The Power of Expression | Girls on the Wall Film Module

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This module takes a look at a drama therapy program at a juvenile detention center for girls in Illinois. Viewers watch as the girls struggle to make sense of their own stories and how they can be used collectively to tell a transformative narrative.

Are the Titans from Attack on Titan Evil? | PBS Idea Channel

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The titans, from the anime series "Attack on Titan," are most definitely the bad guys. But can we call them evil? If you're unfamiliar, the titans are huge beings that devour humans, but their motivation is a little unclear. Is it just hunger? Do they hate humans? Are they just dumb? And with all this doubt, what's the use in the label of evil anyway? Nietzsche, Kant, and Jung all weigh in, but you should probably watch the episode and find out! Tell us what you think!