A New Way to Educate
Not every individual learns the same way
Education must offer a variety of teaching techniques. It should be tailored to a child’s needs, regardless of status, upbringing, or learning challenges.
By teaching academic subjects through the creative arts, more students have a greater chance of becoming functional members of society as they develop a stronger, better, academic result. Our method of teaching encourages children’s imaginative side – combining structure with exploration.
By using creatives as our teaching staff, The Artist Outreach (TAO) engages children in unique ways that cannot be achieved through orthodox teaching methods.
TAO uses a patented and proven method
Arts-Integrated Academic Education
The STREAMliners acronym represents Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Arts, & Mathematics.
Similar to STEM, however, we focus on reading and use original music and art as our engagement tools. We focus on reading because STEM works so much better if you can read first, so that you understand the material at hand!
To approach this challenge, we use proprietary, patented techniques to help build better math and literacy outcomes in children. Our service delivery encourages all students to be on the same playing field when it comes to learning, regardless of any challenges that they may face.
Our innovative methods create positive academic outcomes, elevating the learning experience for students, and impacting teachers, as we offer them new approaches to teach through the eyes of the artist!
The STREAMliners encourages whole-brain thinking! Abstract thought, stemming from our creative and artistic side of the brain, helps build connections to subjects like math and science.
Through Art and Play, students have more “A Ha!” moments!
We focus on lower elementary because *if students are not proficient in language and numbers by Grade 3, often they never graduate high school.
*ANNIE E. CASEY
Social emotional learning
Our Social Emotional Learning program teaches students to explore their inner artist as a way to build confidence, self-esteem, and positive behavior.
For those who have left public service, we offer various programs that encourage social and emotional growth as part of our holistic learning and healing structure.
To change the educational, emotional and financial futures of the individuals, schools and advocacy centers we serve through the creative arts programs we provide.
Improvement in Fluency
TCU’s Starpoint School (2015)
Math Passing Rating
Mesquite ISD (2019)
Students Served Annually