About the Author

Sarah Ackermann

Sarah Ackermann is a veteran educator with experience teaching from Kindergarten to the graduate university level. She also boasts international experience, having recently lived and taught in Zurich, Switzerland. Her graduate work includes a masters degree from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in 2006 with a focus on early childhood, artistic development and child relationships. Ackermann completed her Ph.D. from the University of Missouri, St. Louis in 2014 with a focus on educational technology, and specifically, tablet technologies and their implications in the Art Education classroom. Sarah Ackermann is incredibly passionate about the field, as well as educators with like-minded, creative and hardworking sensibilities.

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Professional Practice

8 Habits of Successful Researchers

Art of Education Magazine & Media Article
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Curriculum Design

What Really Goes Into Building an AOEU Graduate Course

Art of Education Magazine & Media Article
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My Stroke of Luck: Lessons After Brain Trauma

Art of Education Magazine & Media Article
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Media & Techniques

6 Essential Tips for Managing Your Photography Classes

Art of Education Magazine & Media Article
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Professional Learning

How to Address Your Competencies in the Art Classroom

Art of Education Magazine & Media Article