150+ Art Careers – The Ultimate List
Where can studying Art or Design take you? What kinds of careers exist for those who study creative subjects at high school? A list of over 150+ awesome careers, with 25 individuals showcased in detail.
The Perfect Tool to Help You Invest in Your Own Creativity - The Art of Education University
The best bit of advice I’ve gotten from my financial planner is that small investments add up over time. Of course, this idea makes sense for saving money, but it also makes sense when we think about investing in ourselves. Perhaps you already do this–an hour at the gym to invest in your health here, […]
This probably needs to be updated yet again since I first stumbled upon it about 15 years ago. I like to give it to the kids at the beginning of the year but also to their parents when I meet them in September.
Plan the Beginning of Class on Purpose - Teach Every Day
With just a few tweaks, your first ten minutes of class can become your favorite ten ten minutes of the day! Plan the beginning of class on purpose.
99 Important Design Words You Should Know
Describing visual works of art or design can be tough. Here are 99 design words that will help you better communicate with designers.
6 Review Games Your Students Will Love
Click to read about 6 different engaging review games that work for any subject in a middle or high school classroom! #teach #highschool #middleschool #iTeachtoo #games #review #testprep
I Took AOE's Choice Based Art Education Class and Lived to Tell the Tale - The Art of Education University
I recently completed AOE’s Choice Based Art Ed online course. I have never had a more reflective and productive professional development course in my career as an educator. But, I also haven’t experienced questioning my entire philosophy of teaching over the course of a single class. I entered the course with very little knowledge about TAB […]
7 Paint Routines You’ll Never Regret Teaching - The Art of Education University
Let me start by saying that I know routines are extremely important, especially in the art room. However, it wasn’t until this year that I made an effort to really teach the routines below with my students. I honestly thought that it was easier if I did the distribution, maintenance, and clean-up on my own. Boy, was […]