Many art teachers not only self-identify as creative and passionate but also part book-worm. It is no wonder, really. We love to learn, to create, and to share ideas. That’s what books and art educators are all about. Books are just one more tool in our tool-box of not only teaching but also our own self-reflection and learning. Sometimes, though, we can get caught in a rut of going back to the same book or the same story to share with our students. Well, here at the AOEU Magazine, we are dedicated to giving you more ideas and this time, books to use for yourself, your classroom, and to share with your students.
To help revitalize your own book collection, check out one (or all!) of the articles below:
Regardless of the level you teach, books are an irreplaceable asset in your classroom and for yourself.
What are some of your favorite books to share with students?
What book are you reading right now?
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