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A More Effective Way to Plan Your AP Courses

Teaching AP Art is exciting and fun, but can also be overwhelming. It’s one thing to write a plan of action on paper and another to translate it to the moods and motivation of your students. But it can be done! The growth shown over time is worth the effort. If you’re not familiar with […] The post A More Effective Way to Plan Your AP Courses appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


The 2019 Art Ed Now Winter Conference Schedule is Here!

Art Ed Now—AOE’s Winter Online Conference—is less than two weeks away! Today, we’re unveiling the official conference schedule so you can review all of the incredible presentations and begin to plan your day! Unlike most in-person conferences, you don’t have to choose which presentations to attend. Each presentation is less than 15 minutes long, and you […] The post The 2019 Art Ed Now Winter Conference Schedule is Here! appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


How to Create a Calm Down Corner in 5 Easy Steps

Do you have students who have a hard time controlling their emotions Are you unsure of the best approach to help meet your students’ social and emotional needs One strategy to try is called a calm down corner. A calm down corner, sometimes referred to as a mindfulness corner, is a designated space in your […] The post How to Create a Calm Down Corner in 5 Easy Steps appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


6 Strategies for Fast and Formative Assessments

While assessments are not the most exciting thing to do in the art room, many districts require them. Finding assessments that fit your teaching style is key, so they are meaningful to you and your students. However, honing in on the perfect assessment system can be tricky. I personally teach from a Teaching for Artistic […] The post 6 Strategies for Fast and Formative Assessments appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


15+ Inspiring Ideas for Cross-Curricular High School Art Projects

Collaborating with other teachers in your school or district can make learning come alive for your students. Several years ago, I partnered with the dance teacher to create a unique and motivating figure drawing unit called “Tutu Tuesdays.” The dance students posed while the art students drew, and the results were amazing! Through this experience, […] The post 15+ Inspiring Ideas for Cross-Curricular High School Art Projects appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


6 Ways To Connect Math and Art in the Elementary Classroom

“Making Math Connections.” The phrase alone prickles many an art teachers’ spine. Combining the color, passion, and excitement of the art classroom with that of the black and white world of math can get us all flustered. Such a reaction is understandable given that many art teachers chose art instead of math for a reason. […] The post 6 Ways To Connect Math and Art in the Elementary Classroom appeared first on The Art of Education University. ...


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