A visiting artist recently taught students at a Pennsylvania high school about mosaics in lessons that included not only art, but also English, Spanish, social studies, math and earth science. Students in geometry used math concepts -- such as lines and shapes -- to create mosaics, while students in language arts wrote about the process and tools used to make their mosaics. Students in Spanish class studied the history of the art form.
Pa. high school uses mosaics to teach across subjects
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