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How to Pare Your Lesson Plans Down to the Essentials

Ahhhh…the joys of lesson planning. Everyone’s favorite thing to do, right (Only kidding!) While lesson plans should be fun and relatively straightforward to write, they often aren’t. Take, for example, the long lesson plans I had to submit when I was student teaching. I’m not sure any lesson plan needs to be twenty pages long! […] The post How to Pare Your Lesson Plans Down to the Essentials appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Get Your Students Thinking Deeply With Photography

One of my favorite ways to wrap up a middle school photography course is with something called the Social Identity Project. It’s a chance for students to use the technical skills they’ve been learning while also digging into deep questions; questions surrounding identity formation and what’s important to them. It culminates with a display of […] The post How to Get Your Students Thinking Deeply With Photography appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


The Best Photo Editing Programs for the Art Room

Our students aren’t learning about photography in the same way we did. Gone are the days of “hoping for the best” with point-and-shoot cameras. With technology at their fingertips, our students are able to take high-quality pictures from the start. The smartphones and tablets that make taking good-quality photos so accessible also have other benefits. […] The post The Best Photo Editing Programs for the Art Room appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Introduce Photography with iPads to Your Students

In today’s “selfie” generation, photography isn’t always seen as a high art form, especially among our students. Therefore, it’s up to us to share the work of prominent photographers and showcase what a powerful form of expression photography can be. Luckily, we can easily capitalize on our students’ love of technology to do this! And, […] The post How to Introduce Photography with iPads to Your Students appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


A Simple Way to Help Students Understand Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO

When studying photography, students need to learn aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. But, those concepts aren’t always easy to teach. Students need to know what the words mean and also understand how to control them on their camera and why they matter. Some teachers start with definitions. While definitions can provide a brief overview, they often don’t […] The post A Simple Way to Help Students Understand Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


The Best Way to Help Your Students Get to Know Their Cameras

My first year teaching, I handed students a worksheet that diagrammed the camera and went over the function of each part. Although the students took copious notes, as soon as they had the cameras in their hands, it was like I’d taught them nothing. This is because many students learn best by doing. The next […] The post The Best Way to Help Your Students Get to Know Their Cameras appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


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How to Pare Your Lesson Plans Down to the Essentials

Ahhhh…the joys of lesson planning. Everyone’s favorite thing to do, right (Only kidding!) While lesson plans should be fun and relatively straightforward to write, they often aren’t. Take, for example, the long lesson plans I had to submit when I was student teaching. I’m not sure any lesson plan needs to be twenty pages long! […] The post How to Pare Your Lesson Plans Down to the Essentials appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Get Your Students Thinking Deeply With Photography

One of my favorite ways to wrap up a middle school photography course is with something called the Social Identity Project. It’s a chance for students to use the technical skills they’ve been learning while also digging into deep questions; questions surrounding identity formation and what’s important to them. It culminates with a display of […] The post How to Get Your Students Thinking Deeply With Photography appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


The Best Photo Editing Programs for the Art Room

Our students aren’t learning about photography in the same way we did. Gone are the days of “hoping for the best” with point-and-shoot cameras. With technology at their fingertips, our students are able to take high-quality pictures from the start. The smartphones and tablets that make taking good-quality photos so accessible also have other benefits. […] The post The Best Photo Editing Programs for the Art Room appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Introduce Photography with iPads to Your Students

In today’s “selfie” generation, photography isn’t always seen as a high art form, especially among our students. Therefore, it’s up to us to share the work of prominent photographers and showcase what a powerful form of expression photography can be. Luckily, we can easily capitalize on our students’ love of technology to do this! And, […] The post How to Introduce Photography with iPads to Your Students appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


A Simple Way to Help Students Understand Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO

When studying photography, students need to learn aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. But, those concepts aren’t always easy to teach. Students need to know what the words mean and also understand how to control them on their camera and why they matter. Some teachers start with definitions. While definitions can provide a brief overview, they often don’t […] The post A Simple Way to Help Students Understand Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


The Best Way to Help Your Students Get to Know Their Cameras

My first year teaching, I handed students a worksheet that diagrammed the camera and went over the function of each part. Although the students took copious notes, as soon as they had the cameras in their hands, it was like I’d taught them nothing. This is because many students learn best by doing. The next […] The post The Best Way to Help Your Students Get to Know Their Cameras appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


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  • Rhinestone Rings each

    Rhinestone Rings each
    Make a dozen dimensional rings, perfect to wear and share. This is also a great party activity Layer 90+ printed acetate and chipboard flourishes with rhineston...(more)

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  • Cactus Rocks each

    Cactus Rocks each
    Use paint and your unique creativity to transform rocks into cacti Make a garden in your room that will live forever without any maintenance.With three rocks an...(more)

    $11.69 More Details
  • Bright Bead Boutique each

    Bright Bead Boutique each
    Make colorful bracelets and rings with 800+ flower-shaped beads Stand out in style with different brightly patterned bracelets - all unique to youBeads are so f...(more)

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    Flower Crowns each
    Flower Crowns are perfect for everyday Bohemian style, special occasions and even flower girl gifts For younger girls, wear this special crown as you are transf...(more)

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  • Grow n' Glow Terrarium each

    Grow n' Glow Terrarium each
    Sometimes a kid just has to play in the dirt Whether you live in an apartment building or are stuck inside because of the weather, our GROW garden crafts will e...(more)

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    Geo Party Lights each
    Let their imagination illuminate the night Kids want to create something that is fun but functional, decorative but practical, and that is where this craft kit ...(more)

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