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How to Run a Meaningful Critique in Minutes

As art educators, it’s our responsibility to keep the learning in our classrooms fun and exciting for students. It’s important for us to continue learning and growing so we can be the best we can be for our students. I like to think of teaching as a constant educational adventure! When I began teaching AP […] The post How to Run a Meaningful Critique in Minutes appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


5 Surprising Things You Might Not Know About Creativity

Creativity and art are often viewed as synonymous. As the art teacher, you’re seen as the person in the school with creative ideas and solutions. You might even be known as the person with creative style. While creativity is important and plays a big role in the art room, it’s also complex and hard to […] The post 5 Surprising Things You Might Not Know About Creativity appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


8 Ways to Help Your Students Be More Creative

Have you ever overheard your students make these statements “I can’t do this.” “I wish I was creative.” Well, if you have, you’re not alone. Students often lack creative confidence when they create their own art—especially as they get older. As art teachers, it is important to create a classroom culture and give our students […] The post 8 Ways to Help Your Students Be More Creative appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


How to Design a Lesson Plan to Allow for Creative Thought

We all can agree creative thought is essential and takes time. But, short class periods and schedules where you may not see your students for days at a time can make leaving time for creativity challenging. Let’s explore how to write a lesson that fits into your tight schedule and also encourages and nurtures creative […] The post How to Design a Lesson Plan to Allow for Creative Thought appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


5 Activities to Open Your Middle Schoolers’ Creative Brains

Have you ever planned the best lesson in the world It might have looked something like this: Your students are engaged in discussion, they’re excited to see all the artwork shown, they’re asking wonderful questions. Then, it’s time to create…and they all just sit there. The blank stares on your students’ faces, might not be […] The post 5 Activities to Open Your Middle Schoolers’ Creative Brains appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


3 Fun Art Lessons Inspired by Jim Dine

Often in February we hit a sweet spot in the art room. Students have been exposed to a wide range of media, making it the perfect time to take their learning to the next level. One artist I introduce during the month of February is Jim Dine. Dine is known for his paintings, drawings, sculptures, […] The post 3 Fun Art Lessons Inspired by Jim Dine appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


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