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How to Help Students Uncover Their Creative Process

Do you know what your ideal creative practice looks like While in graduate school studying creativity, one of my assignments was to reflect on my process as a weaver. At the start of the project, I didn’t think I was going to learn much. However, I uncovered more nuances in my process than I had […] The post How to Help Students Uncover Their Creative Process appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Avoid Cultural Appropriation in Your Lessons

Everywhere we look, examples of cultural appropriation abound; on television, in advertising, across the internet. Celebrities take aspects of cultures and societies and embrace them in the name of fashion on their latest Instagram posts. But what does cultural appropriation mean And how do we balance learning from other cultures against exploitation In my middle school, I […] The post How to Avoid Cultural Appropriation in Your Lessons appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


A Delicious Lesson All Students Can Sink Their Teeth Into

It’s September, and I don’t know about you, but my students are always hungry for a creative spin on their lessons about this time of year. I am pretty serious about having them work on their technical skills, but I also think it’s important to feed my students with creative lessons they enjoy! If you’re […] The post A Delicious Lesson All Students Can Sink Their Teeth Into appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


A Personal Story About Teaching At-Risk Youth

Working with at-risk students can be difficult. Many times, they are dealing with home situations far beyond our control. But, for the same reason, sometimes at-risk students look to school as a safe space. And, for many, no place feels more so than the art room. Today I’d like to share my personal experience working with […] The post A Personal Story About Teaching At-Risk Youth appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Help Students Embrace Their Differences

Students with learning differences can find it challenging to uncover their talents. It’s all too easy to focus on their perceived weaknesses. It’s our job as art teachers to help them uncover and connect with their strengths. But this can be easier said than done. Let’s explore how to help students embrace their differences and […] The post How to Help Students Embrace Their Differences appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


5 Concrete Ways to Help Students Living in Poverty

As educators, we come across a vast number of students from all walks of life. In Statistics On How Poverty  Affects Children in Schools, author Jana Sosnowski shared, “Approximately one in five children in the United States live in poverty, according to the American Psychological Association, a status that affects more than housing status and food […] The post 5 Concrete Ways to Help Students Living in Poverty appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


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How to Help Students Uncover Their Creative Process

Do you know what your ideal creative practice looks like While in graduate school studying creativity, one of my assignments was to reflect on my process as a weaver. At the start of the project, I didn’t think I was going to learn much. However, I uncovered more nuances in my process than I had […] The post How to Help Students Uncover Their Creative Process appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Avoid Cultural Appropriation in Your Lessons

Everywhere we look, examples of cultural appropriation abound; on television, in advertising, across the internet. Celebrities take aspects of cultures and societies and embrace them in the name of fashion on their latest Instagram posts. But what does cultural appropriation mean And how do we balance learning from other cultures against exploitation In my middle school, I […] The post How to Avoid Cultural Appropriation in Your Lessons appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


A Delicious Lesson All Students Can Sink Their Teeth Into

It’s September, and I don’t know about you, but my students are always hungry for a creative spin on their lessons about this time of year. I am pretty serious about having them work on their technical skills, but I also think it’s important to feed my students with creative lessons they enjoy! If you’re […] The post A Delicious Lesson All Students Can Sink Their Teeth Into appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


A Personal Story About Teaching At-Risk Youth

Working with at-risk students can be difficult. Many times, they are dealing with home situations far beyond our control. But, for the same reason, sometimes at-risk students look to school as a safe space. And, for many, no place feels more so than the art room. Today I’d like to share my personal experience working with […] The post A Personal Story About Teaching At-Risk Youth appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Help Students Embrace Their Differences

Students with learning differences can find it challenging to uncover their talents. It’s all too easy to focus on their perceived weaknesses. It’s our job as art teachers to help them uncover and connect with their strengths. But this can be easier said than done. Let’s explore how to help students embrace their differences and […] The post How to Help Students Embrace Their Differences appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


5 Concrete Ways to Help Students Living in Poverty

As educators, we come across a vast number of students from all walks of life. In Statistics On How Poverty  Affects Children in Schools, author Jana Sosnowski shared, “Approximately one in five children in the United States live in poverty, according to the American Psychological Association, a status that affects more than housing status and food […] The post 5 Concrete Ways to Help Students Living in Poverty appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


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