Early Finishers Who Give Back
August 08, 2017

Early Finishers Who Give Back

As art teachers, we inevitably have various students who finish their assignment before the rest of the class. There are already so many great ideas out there about what you can have those students do such as be student helpers, create at stations, or work on coloring pages. In my classroom, I like to encourage […]

Choice-Based Art / March 2017
February 10, 2017

Choice-Based Art / March 2017

Choice-Based Art classrooms are working studios where students learn through authentic art making. Control shifts from teacher to learner as students explore ideas and interests in art media of their choice. This concept supports multiple modes of learning to meet the diverse needs of our students. Learn more at teachingforartisticbehavior.org LET THE STUDENT BE THE ARTIST […]

Tried & True Tips / February 2017
January 10, 2017

Tried & True Tips / February 2017

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. Clay All Around “ … I am the ‘village potter’ — for the global village.” — Adrian Saxe The month of February brings us Black History Month, Valentine’s Day, […]

Tried & True Tips / January 2017
December 09, 2016

Tried & True Tips / January 2017

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. Outside the Box “Art is much less important than life, but what a poor life without it.” — Robert Motherwell Happy New Year! Wow, 2017! I guess time really […]