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As art teachers, we are very busy individuals. We are always on the go. Planning this, prepping that, and organizing forever! Sometimes all our daily duties can get overwhelming. This can be especially true around art shows, grading, and conference times. So, when you’re short on time, motivation, or new ideas, we’re here to help you out!
Through a lot of trial and error with his students, Tim finally found a process that worked in his classroom. Check out his tips and tricks so you can try slip casting in yours!
This article is a great starting point to try stop-motion in your classroom. Change and adapt these steps to fit your teaching style, timeline, and students’ needs.
Need a little more art history in your life? Check out the resources and everything you need to create a living museum in the art room!
Want to make videos, but are worried about how to actually create a green screen in your classroom? Then this article is for you!
Something about seeing the “space around an object” can be very challenging for students to grasp. Here’s a fun project that’s a great way to help your students envision the concept of negative space.
Our favorite How-To’s can be easily tailored to your teaching style, classroom, and students. We’d love to hear how you’ve used these ideas in your program! Be sure to share your favorite How-To in the comments below.
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