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Teachers' Domain, Program Reviews: Purpose, Process, and Practice: Module 3, published July 29, 2011, retrieved on ,
This module takes a closer look at the program review for arts and humanities, including an overview of the characteristics of high quality schoolwide arts and humanities programs, some specific demonstrators and characteristics from the program review, and videos illustrating exemplary practice.
Review Modules 1 and 2 for more information about the elements of program reviews, their purpose and goals, and the process for conducting them at your school.
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