Pa. high school uses mosaics to teach across subjects

04/13/2014 | Herald-Standard (Uniontown, Pa.)

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.

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Herald-Standard (Uniontown, Pa.)

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