external image PLaiC1.jpgWelcome to OUR Arts Integration Wiki!


This site is open to any educator who is interested in Arts Integration and will be the digital conversation specifically for the Amesbury, MA school district's PLC focusing in Arts Integration (PLaiC).


If you are interested in joining, please click the button at the top right of the window to join!

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The discussion tab above is meant for any and all teachers around the world who are interested in arts integration. All Amesbury PLaiC teachers are invited to add to the discussions on the 2011-2012 Meeting Notes page. These are specific to our meetings.

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  • Click "Join this Wiki" at the top of the left sidebar.
  • On the next screen hit the button and submit your request!
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  • Click "Join"
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Getting Started with this Wiki

  • You will find relevant articles and discussions you can read and add to.
  • Click on the edit button above to put your own content on a page.
  • To invite new members, click on Manage Wiki and Invite People.

What is PLaiC?

In this Professional Learning Community, teachers in grades Pre-K - 12 will learn effective arts integration strategies to use in their teaching through hands-on work and discussion with colleagues. As a PLC, participants are encouraged throughout the year to share or present integration ideas to the group for discussion before or after implementation. We will learn and grow together! At the end of the year, participants will have a repertoire of ideas, activities and lessons, based in the arts, to use in their areas of teaching.

Some links about PLCs:
Introduction to PLCs



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