“What’s good for the ‘whole child’ is good for the whole school,” says Joy Faini Saab, Ed.D., expert in multiple-intelligence. “More involved students achieve better, overall, including on tests on academic subjects such as math, science, reading and social studies. Or, “Test scores usually indicate high levels of achievement for students who are able to incorporate their variety of talents, strengths, and creativity in art-integrated learning activities.””
“Thanks!” believes this about America – the more we incorporate the variety of talents, strengths, and creativity in America, the more we will achieve.
These examples of Rosie art that we have encouraged are only the smallest example of what American’s will do in the Rosie Movement.