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Webinar Recap: Return To Learn

Return to Learn with The Art of Education University


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September 3rd, 2020

As art teachers are heading back to school, nothing is certain, but art can pave the way by supporting students as they navigate a whirlwind of new emotions, environments, and protocols. In this webinar, you will hear from teachers with “boots on the ground” for in-person, online, and hybrid models. By watching and participating, you can better focus on the most important part of your job: supporting your students.

If you can’t join us live, don’t worry, we are recording this entire webinar, and you can access it after the fact! We will send out an email with the recording, it will be at the top of the Art of Education University Facebook page for the next few days, and it will be available here as well.

The plan:


“Different, but not impossible!”

Making Meaningful Connections During Online Learning – Jennifer Russell

Download: 6 Ways to Connect the First Week of Class

Connecting from a Distance (Ep. 217)
How to Brainstorm and Collaborate with Students Online

“It does get better.”

Creating Equity in a Hybrid Learning Model – Abby Schukei

Finding Success in a Blended Learning Environment
Researched Backed Ways to Improve Online Learning

Creating a Safe Environment for In-Person Instruction – Joel Scholten

Download: 4 Steps to Clean Hands
Download: Clean Classroom Checklist

How to Work Smarter Not Harder with Art on a Cart This Year
3 Back To School Downloads You Need NOW

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Return to Learn with The Art of Education University

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Megan Dehner

Megan Dehner, an art and Spanish language educator, is a former AOEU Writer. She believes in empowering art teachers with resources and knowledge to overcome barriers students may face in the art room.

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