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22 Ways to Make Your Classroom Welcoming for All Students

The art room is a place for freedom of expression. It should be the safest place in the whole school, for all types of students. As you prep your classroom for the new school year, here are a few suggestions to help make your art room welcoming for all students. Welcoming†ELL Students Here are five […] The post 22 Ways to Make Your Classroom Welcoming for All Students appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Get Students to Open Up in the Classroom

In order to do their best work, students need to feel comfortable and able to give fully of themselves. Itís a tough sell, especially for the “non-art” kids at the higher grade levels who might only be in the class to fulfill a requirement. Developing a space and culture that encourages vulnerability and trust helps […] The post How to Get Students to Open Up in the Classroom appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


5 Things to Do During Your First Month in a New Teaching Position

So, you’ve landed a new teaching position Congratulations! Starting at a new school in a new room with new students can be overwhelming. You have to learn the layout, remember your new colleagues’ names, and memorize a new bell schedule. As you navigate the details of your new home-away-from-home and settle into your new space, […] The post 5 Things to Do During Your First Month in a New Teaching Position appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Plan Your First Day at the High School Level

Do you review the syllabus, rules, and procedures on the first day of school Many teachers do. It’s important to make sure students understand the rules and expectations from the start. But, it doesn’t have to happen through reading a syllabus and giving a quiz. Instead, do something different and set yourself apart from the […] The post How to Plan Your First Day at the High School Level appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


3 Awesome Art Challenges for the First Week of School

Have you been trying to find the perfect back-to-school art activity for your students With the school year approaching quickly, why not start the first week with some fun, engaging art challenges Art challenges are a great way to get your students working together and thinking outside the box.†They keep things interesting for you and […] The post 3 Awesome Art Challenges for the First Week of School appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Make Your First Day of Teaching Middle School Art a Blast

I used to hate the first day of school. Your students probably do, too. Why Because itís boring! No middle schooler needs to sit through an entire day talking about what they are going to learn throughout the year. The transition from summer to the school year isnít always easy, and making students sit all […] The post How to Make Your First Day of Teaching Middle School Art a Blast appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


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22 Ways to Make Your Classroom Welcoming for All Students

The art room is a place for freedom of expression. It should be the safest place in the whole school, for all types of students. As you prep your classroom for the new school year, here are a few suggestions to help make your art room welcoming for all students. Welcoming†ELL Students Here are five […] The post 22 Ways to Make Your Classroom Welcoming for All Students appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Get Students to Open Up in the Classroom

In order to do their best work, students need to feel comfortable and able to give fully of themselves. Itís a tough sell, especially for the “non-art” kids at the higher grade levels who might only be in the class to fulfill a requirement. Developing a space and culture that encourages vulnerability and trust helps […] The post How to Get Students to Open Up in the Classroom appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


5 Things to Do During Your First Month in a New Teaching Position

So, you’ve landed a new teaching position Congratulations! Starting at a new school in a new room with new students can be overwhelming. You have to learn the layout, remember your new colleagues’ names, and memorize a new bell schedule. As you navigate the details of your new home-away-from-home and settle into your new space, […] The post 5 Things to Do During Your First Month in a New Teaching Position appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Plan Your First Day at the High School Level

Do you review the syllabus, rules, and procedures on the first day of school Many teachers do. It’s important to make sure students understand the rules and expectations from the start. But, it doesn’t have to happen through reading a syllabus and giving a quiz. Instead, do something different and set yourself apart from the […] The post How to Plan Your First Day at the High School Level appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


3 Awesome Art Challenges for the First Week of School

Have you been trying to find the perfect back-to-school art activity for your students With the school year approaching quickly, why not start the first week with some fun, engaging art challenges Art challenges are a great way to get your students working together and thinking outside the box.†They keep things interesting for you and […] The post 3 Awesome Art Challenges for the First Week of School appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Make Your First Day of Teaching Middle School Art a Blast

I used to hate the first day of school. Your students probably do, too. Why Because itís boring! No middle schooler needs to sit through an entire day talking about what they are going to learn throughout the year. The transition from summer to the school year isnít always easy, and making students sit all […] The post How to Make Your First Day of Teaching Middle School Art a Blast appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


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