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In the past few weeks, with the end of remote learning and states loosening social distancing and learning restrictions due to COVID-19, art teachers have found themselves at the end of the strangest school year. As if that was not enough, art teachers are also processing and reacting to the headlines of what is happening in our communities. It has been hard work. Our students, too, are seeing images and hearing messages that are hard and confusing. At AOEU, we have been reflecting on more than ever that…
So, whatever might be happening in the world, we are called to reflect and lead our students during summer, in school, or through online/remote learning. Only together can we work toward a better world.
As you work with and learn from your students and plan for the next weeks, the summer, and beyond, here are 12 articles from our library that will hopefully help frame what you can do.
The work at AOEU is never complete. To continue to fulfill the mission, we are committed to the continued creation and publishing of rigorous and relevant content in the months and years to come.
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