Stepping Stones / October 2018
September 10, 2018

Stepping Stones / October 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. WORKING WITH PAPER-MADE PROJECTS by Heidi O’Hanley Paper […]

3D Intro Art / Article 2 of 10
September 10, 2018

3D Intro Art / Article 2 of 10

Article 2 of 10 Cardboard Relief Sculptures by Debi West There’s just something really awesome about cardboard! I remember early in my career how excited I got when all of the new art supplies arrived in boxes of all sizes. After the supplies were organized and put into their proper locations, being an environmentalist (and […]

Tried & True Tips / October 2018
September 10, 2018

Tried & True Tips / October 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. Creative Curiosity “People ask me, ‘Don’t you ever run out of ideas?’ Well, on the first place, I don’t use ideas. Every time I have an idea, it’s too […]

Make A Robot and Learn About Math
September 10, 2018

Make A Robot and Learn About Math

Don’t look for the word “netbots” in your dictionary, it won’t be there. We made up the word to describe our sculptures, which are made of folded paper nets to form our robots. Integrating art with academic subjects can sometimes feel like a burden to art teachers. Shouldn’t art be a stand-alone subject, after all? […]