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8 Things to Do When Teaching is Taking a Toll on You

Teachers are leaving the field of education at a record rate. Whether it is the lack of resources, the toll of test taking, escalated student behaviors, or not feeling supported; teachers continue to leave the profession for a variety of reasons.  The number of students enrolling in teacher education programs has dropped, and you’ve probably […] The post 8 Things to Do When Teaching is Taking a Toll on You appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


Are Art Competitions Really Worth It?

“Hey, do you know where my drawing went” asked my star-student in a barely concerned tone. My head spun and a million questions rushed into my mind with frustration. How could they not know Don’t they remember I told them a week ago about that art competition they were going to enter. I even matted […] The post Are Art Competitions Really Worth It appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


How to Start a Creativity Routine with Your Students

Several years ago, over winter break, I made the mistake of making a New Year’s resolution. Even worse, I said I was going to start exercising. So, naturally, I put it off a few more days because, hey, I was on vacation. But sure enough I visited the gym the day before we returned to […] The post How to Start a Creativity Routine with Your Students appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


How to Be an Ally to Your LGBTQ+ Students

School is often the first place children learn insults that describe the LGBTQ+ community. When these insults and slurs are used in the classroom, often the only repercussions students receive from teachers is a warning. On the flip side, the victims are comforted with the “sticks and stones” adage. Teachers rarely confront the assumption that […] The post How to Be an Ally to Your LGBTQ+ Students appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


How to Create Glowing Black Light Art

It’s in my nature to try and put a positive spin on any situation. So when I switched schools and found myself in a classroom with no natural light, I was determined to find an upside. After learning about glowing art galleries at my state’s fall art conference, I knew I found my answer. I […] The post How to Create Glowing Black Light Art appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


An Authentic Way to Show Student Growth in the Art Room

It’s easy to think showing growth in the art room in a meaningful way is difficult. After all, with an increasing emphasis on student learning objectives, many art teachers feel relegated to basic qualitative data. However, it is absolutely possible to show growth with an art-focused pre and post-test. Along with a rubric, this method […] The post An Authentic Way to Show Student Growth in the Art Room appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


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