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How to Get Your Choice-Based Room Ready for the School Year

A choice-based classroom constantly evolves and improves to provide a productive, innovative environment conducive to all learners. As you reflect upon your practices last school year, it is important to make sure your classroom is as ready as it can be for your students. No matter if you are just starting choice or have been […] The post How to Get Your Choice-Based Room Ready for the School Year appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


The 2018 Art Ed Now Summer Conference Schedule is Here!

Art Ed Now—AOE’s Summer Online Conference—is less than two weeks away! Today, we’re unveiling the official conference schedule so you can review all of the incredible presentations and begin to plan your day! Unlike most in-person conferences, you don’t have to choose which presentations to attend. Each presentation is between 10 and 15 minutes long, and you […] The post The 2018 Art Ed Now Summer Conference Schedule is Here! appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


Advice for Art Teachers Experiencing Student Loss

This is an article I never expected to write, and one I hope you never need to read. But, the reality is, in our jobs, we will experience the highest highs; inspiring our students to create personal meaning through art. And, life will also force a few of us to suffer the most unimaginable low, […] The post Advice for Art Teachers Experiencing Student Loss appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Bring Summer Inspiration into the School Year

Summer is a time for teachers to recharge and refresh from all the hectic parts of the school year. So much happens from September to June that it feels like this is the first chance most of us have to breathe and slow down. But in between attending to all those little errands overlooked during […] The post How to Bring Summer Inspiration into the School Year appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


The Best Color Mixing Game to Play With Your Students

Chances are when your students are asked to create a traditional color wheel; they aren’t overly thrilled. For most students, creating a twelve hue color wheel isn’t exciting. While they may be fascinated with color mixing, filling in the spaces on a color wheel template just isn’t enough. So how can we get students excited […] The post The Best Color Mixing Game to Play With Your Students appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


8 Awesome Art Hacks to Use This School Year

The school year is quickly approaching, and it is important to complete your teacher to-do list! We all have big plans to implement this year to make our lives easier in the classroom. You may have been asking art teacher friends, pinning on Pinterest, or searching the Internet for new ideas to change things up […] The post 8 Awesome Art Hacks to Use This School Year appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


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How to Get Your Choice-Based Room Ready for the School Year

A choice-based classroom constantly evolves and improves to provide a productive, innovative environment conducive to all learners. As you reflect upon your practices last school year, it is important to make sure your classroom is as ready as it can be for your students. No matter if you are just starting choice or have been […] The post How to Get Your Choice-Based Room Ready for the School Year appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


The 2018 Art Ed Now Summer Conference Schedule is Here!

Art Ed Now—AOE’s Summer Online Conference—is less than two weeks away! Today, we’re unveiling the official conference schedule so you can review all of the incredible presentations and begin to plan your day! Unlike most in-person conferences, you don’t have to choose which presentations to attend. Each presentation is between 10 and 15 minutes long, and you […] The post The 2018 Art Ed Now Summer Conference Schedule is Here! appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


Advice for Art Teachers Experiencing Student Loss

This is an article I never expected to write, and one I hope you never need to read. But, the reality is, in our jobs, we will experience the highest highs; inspiring our students to create personal meaning through art. And, life will also force a few of us to suffer the most unimaginable low, […] The post Advice for Art Teachers Experiencing Student Loss appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Bring Summer Inspiration into the School Year

Summer is a time for teachers to recharge and refresh from all the hectic parts of the school year. So much happens from September to June that it feels like this is the first chance most of us have to breathe and slow down. But in between attending to all those little errands overlooked during […] The post How to Bring Summer Inspiration into the School Year appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


The Best Color Mixing Game to Play With Your Students

Chances are when your students are asked to create a traditional color wheel; they aren’t overly thrilled. For most students, creating a twelve hue color wheel isn’t exciting. While they may be fascinated with color mixing, filling in the spaces on a color wheel template just isn’t enough. So how can we get students excited […] The post The Best Color Mixing Game to Play With Your Students appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


8 Awesome Art Hacks to Use This School Year

The school year is quickly approaching, and it is important to complete your teacher to-do list! We all have big plans to implement this year to make our lives easier in the classroom. You may have been asking art teacher friends, pinning on Pinterest, or searching the Internet for new ideas to change things up […] The post 8 Awesome Art Hacks to Use This School Year appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


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