Tried & True Tips / September 2018
August 07, 2018

Tried & True Tips / September 2018

Tried & True Tips for Art Teachers is a monthly roundup of advice and wisdom from fellow art teachers, put together by the intrepid Glenda Lubiner. Organized Chaos “The artist confronts chaos. The whole thing of art is, how do you organize chaos?” — Romare Bearden Time flies when you are having fun and before […]

Stepping Stones / September 2018
August 07, 2018

Stepping Stones / September 2018

Stepping Stones is a monthly column that breaks down seemingly daunting tasks into simple, manageable “steps” that any art educator can take and apply directly to their classroom. Stepping Stones will explore a variety of topics and share advice for art-on-a-cart teachers and those with art rooms. DEVELOPING YOUR CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES by Heidi O’Hanley […]

Triangulating with Libs: Celebrating Diversity and Community
August 10, 2016

Triangulating with Libs: Celebrating Diversity and Community

Are you looking for a beginning-of-the-year project that brings your school community together while celebrating the diversity of your student population as well? If the answer is no, then don’t read any further … just kidding! If you are, then you may want to check out the work of Libs Elliott. Libs is a quilt […]

Stencil Chalk Design
August 10, 2016

Stencil Chalk Design

This is what I call a high-success, low-stress project. The students love it. And, it is a perfect icebreaker at the beginning of the year. Back in the day, when I first started teaching art, representatives from the art supply catalogs would visit your school. They would bring free samples and, on occasion, demonstrate an […]