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Types of Displays 2:35
NCAS Connections 1:34
Creating a Display Philosophy 5:09
Tools and Materials 5:39
Traditional Display Systems 2:59
Organizing Materials 5:02
Organizing Artwork 4:48
Displaying Work at School
Classroom Displays 2:22
Hallway Displays 4:28
Art Shows 7:01
Other School Events 5:02
Displaying Art in the Community
Finding Community Partners 3:09
Tips for Setup and Takedown 4:13
Displaying Art Online
Getting Your School Community Involved 2:52
Online Safety 2:04
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
3 PD Hours
1 Learn how to create a system that keeps artworks and display systems organized.
2 Investigate the benefits of art displays for students, teachers, the school, and the community.
3 Explore how art displays can connect with the National Core Arts Standards and enhance student learning.
As an elementary art teacher, you have thousands of pieces of art coming through your room and almost as many ways to display them. In this PRO Pack, Sarah Krajewski shares a variety of ideas for displaying and presenting student work. From organization and systems to sharing art throughout your school and community, you will learn everything you need to know to take your displays to the next level.
13. Professional Practice
B. Contributes to the school culture
B. Creates exhibits of student work for community interaction
C. Values the arts and communicates their importance
Elementary Art Teacher, AOEU Writer, and PRO Facilitator
Sarah Krajewski is an elementary art educator in Wisconsin. Her teaching philosophy is mirrored in her classroom mantra: "I am positive. I am creative. I am mindful. I am amazing. I am an artist.”