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The Arty Teacher - Time Saving Resources

Art Lesson Plans for Art Teachers to save you time and restore your work/life balance. Let The Arty Teacher do the work for you.

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Art History in the Secondary Art Room - The Art of Education University

PRO Learning is the only Professional Development platform designed for K-12 art teachers with training, hands-on tutorials, and resources.

30 Essential Questions through the Creative Process

Have you ever tried writing essential questions for your lessons or curriculum? Try using this ready-to-go list of essential questions that integrate the arts and the creative process.

How-to Guide for a First Year Art Teacher: 10 Steps for Success | Teaching Strategies & Resources - Ms Artastic

Welcome to the How-To Guide for First Year Art Teachers where I give you my 10 Steps for Success! Congratulations! You got your own classroom. OH MY GOSH, you have your own classroom. Your mind and stomach start racing, both with extreme excitement and panic because now, it all just got real. You will have a lot of students, a lot of planning, and a lot of classroom to keep organized. Figuring out where to even start is a huge stress and will require a tea (or a beer) and a nap (probably…

Art Careers Poster by Ashley Chapman at Coroflot.com

In this project I took a list of Art Careers and made a poster. During this project I cropped each graphic and strategically placed them to fit all of the different categories. This project was used t...

What to do with Fast Finishers in your Art Classroom - Teaching Strategies for Art Educators - Ms Artastic

Art Teachers, in your Art Classroom you’re always going to have students finish before the rest, fast finishers, so let’s take a look at some ideas or routines that you can build into your classroom so that students know what to do when they’re done so they don’t have to ask you and so that you don’t have to instruct them on what to do EVERY time.