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10 TED Talks Every Art Teacher Should Watch (The Art of Education)

Hopefully, when I tell you I have been watching Ted Talks non-stop for a month, you know I am talking about the short, inspiring videos and not the rude, crude talking bear. TED Talks started back in

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would be a super fun project for Art Club! - could have students trace their bodies in motion on butcher paper- the cut out, paint a black outline, and we will tape up to the wall and ceiling

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FAUVISM an overview

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Beginning a class or school year with this question would serve as a basis for teaching the specific students. Keeping this board up all year would also serve as a reminder to the importance of art. Also, allowing students to read what their peers have written might create critical thinking that they did not initially think of.

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sentence starters, art literacy. This could be used to have students sum up the semester or peer review class portfolios.

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from Cindy Ingram, Your Art Teacher

20 Must-Follow Art Education Blogs

The Art Curator for Kids - 20 Must-Follow Art Education Blogs

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from Mom Inspired Life

Gingerbread Man Art Activity

Gingerbread man art activity for kids. A Christmas collage craft for preschoolers.

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Blind Contour Drawing - love this way of getting them not to peek! GENIUS!!!!!!!!!!! And fun looking too!!!!

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from TES Resources

Art Questioning & Literacy Bundle

Teach students to discuss and write about art meaningfully, using subject specific language. #arted #literacy #teach

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Growth Mindset in the Art Room (Princess Artypants)

Growth Mindset in the Art Room

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