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Status of Art Education in Your District

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Eleven Art Education Resources for the Classroom

In honor of the start of 2011, here are eleven art education resources for the classroom: Art Through Time: A Global View is a thirteen-part series from Annenberg Media that takes a thematic approach to art history and appreciation. Each program focuses on a particular…

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A Visit with Ian Sands, Art Teacher at Apex High School

Several weeks ago, I had the opportunity to visit Ian Sands, one of four art teachers at Apex High School in Apex, North Carolina. I’ve appreciated Ian’s many contributions to Art Education 2.0 over the past several years, his postings on Twitter, as well as…

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Art Education Voices, Past & Present

As I pondered this past week what I might post here for Arts in Education Week, I thought about something one of my mentors John Michael once said, “What we are today is determined to a great extent by what we were yesterday.” John felt…

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Web Sightings for April 2010

Lego Explorer photo by kennymatic, CC Attribution License To start off this month’s selection of Web sightings, here is a rather remarkable TED talk by child prodigy Adora Svitak who says the world needs “childish” thinking: bold ideas, wild creativity and especially optimism. A nice…

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Check out The Art Machine

What happens when two art teachers connect their classrooms via technology and combine their teaching, curriculum, and resources in an innovative way? Two Utah middle school art teachers have created one possible answer: The Art Machine. The Art Machine is a collaborative effort between Christian…

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Web Sightings for March 2010

Lego Explorer photo by kennymatic, CC Attribution License Let’s start this month’s installment of Web Sightings out with an amusing music video for the song “70 Million” by the Franco-American band Hold Your Horses! How many of the reconstructed famous paintings or artists represented in…

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Art Teacher Inservice Day

Was able to get out of town Friday for a short drive to St Petersburg, Florida to address the Pinellas County art teachers and then to offer an afternoon hands-on workshop using Web 2.0 tools. In addition to getting the opportunity to work with art…

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Web Sightings for August 2009

Is it August already? That means that a new school year starts soon and that its time for another installment of Web Sightings. Enjoy. First up, the Times of London in conjunction with Saatchi recently conducted a poll in which they asked “Who do you…

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Web Sightings for July 2009

July is already almost halfway gone.  Where is the summer going?  For me, it’s being partly spent finding useful and interesting sites like these: Online University Reviews just posted a list of 100 Best Scholarly Art Blogs, Sites, Tools, and Resources, which includes something for…

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