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8 Classroom Management Tips No Choice-Based Teacher Can Be Without

We all know a good classroom management plan is a vital part of running a successful art room. And, there are many wonderful systems out there from which to choose. The trick is finding something that works with your distinct teaching philosophy, teaching style, and student body. When it comes to choice-based art education, there […] The post 8 Classroom Management Tips No Choice-Based Teacher Can Be Without appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


5 Ideas to Improve How You Teach Watercolor

I hate teaching watercolor. I want to love it, but I just can’t get there. My biggest frustration is that I feel like I just can’t teach it as well as I want to. I don’t love the medium enough to be excited about it, and I don’t have the right ideas to make it […] The post 5 Ideas to Improve How You Teach Watercolor appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Manage Your Classroom with Your Style

When I first started teaching, I focused on dressing “professionally.” Dress pants, nice tops, and dress shoes. After ruining several pairs of dress pants (nothing like having a slip mold explode), I began reflecting, noticing physical education teachers dressed in what was appropriate for their jobs. I decided to do the same. Depending on where […] The post How to Manage Your Classroom with Your Style appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


A Summer Supply List and Art Challenge to Empower Your Students

Finally, summer is approaching! Our students will be doing everything from swimming and playing video games to attending summer camps and traveling to far off places. In my mind, doing art should also be on that list! The end of the school year is an excellent time for us to empower our students to create […] The post A Summer Supply List and Art Challenge to Empower Your Students appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


20 Characteristics All Great Art Teachers Share

When you think about your favorite teachers from your school days, what comes to mind Was it that funny song they always sang to get you ready for the hall Their goofy jokes The feeling they truly cared about you There are so many ways teachers can impact students throughout their school career. Here are […] The post 20 Characteristics All Great Art Teachers Share appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


Can an Art Teacher Coach a Sports Team?

In general, our world lumps “art kids” in a different box than “sports kids.” When you add in media representations of art kids being quirky, awkward loners or misunderstood geniuses, the separation grows more distinct. In the same way, working as an art teacher often seems at odds with coaching a sports team. But, the […] The post Can an Art Teacher Coach a Sports Team appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


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8 Classroom Management Tips No Choice-Based Teacher Can Be Without

We all know a good classroom management plan is a vital part of running a successful art room. And, there are many wonderful systems out there from which to choose. The trick is finding something that works with your distinct teaching philosophy, teaching style, and student body. When it comes to choice-based art education, there […] The post 8 Classroom Management Tips No Choice-Based Teacher Can Be Without appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


5 Ideas to Improve How You Teach Watercolor

I hate teaching watercolor. I want to love it, but I just can’t get there. My biggest frustration is that I feel like I just can’t teach it as well as I want to. I don’t love the medium enough to be excited about it, and I don’t have the right ideas to make it […] The post 5 Ideas to Improve How You Teach Watercolor appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Manage Your Classroom with Your Style

When I first started teaching, I focused on dressing “professionally.” Dress pants, nice tops, and dress shoes. After ruining several pairs of dress pants (nothing like having a slip mold explode), I began reflecting, noticing physical education teachers dressed in what was appropriate for their jobs. I decided to do the same. Depending on where […] The post How to Manage Your Classroom with Your Style appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


A Summer Supply List and Art Challenge to Empower Your Students

Finally, summer is approaching! Our students will be doing everything from swimming and playing video games to attending summer camps and traveling to far off places. In my mind, doing art should also be on that list! The end of the school year is an excellent time for us to empower our students to create […] The post A Summer Supply List and Art Challenge to Empower Your Students appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


20 Characteristics All Great Art Teachers Share

When you think about your favorite teachers from your school days, what comes to mind Was it that funny song they always sang to get you ready for the hall Their goofy jokes The feeling they truly cared about you There are so many ways teachers can impact students throughout their school career. Here are […] The post 20 Characteristics All Great Art Teachers Share appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


Can an Art Teacher Coach a Sports Team?

In general, our world lumps “art kids” in a different box than “sports kids.” When you add in media representations of art kids being quirky, awkward loners or misunderstood geniuses, the separation grows more distinct. In the same way, working as an art teacher often seems at odds with coaching a sports team. But, the […] The post Can an Art Teacher Coach a Sports Team appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


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