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Working Through Feelings
Acknowledging Your Feelings 6:37
The Importance of Routine 3:29
Getting Set Up
Creating Your Workspace 4:15
Sharing Space with Others 4:00
Creating a Schedule
The Importance of a Schedule 2:47
Sample Schedules 6:26
Keeping Communication Open
Communicating with Your Housemates 3:34
Communicating with Your Coworkers 2:40
Communicating with Friends and Family 2:20
Hacking Working from Home
Finding Time for Fun 2:04
Keeping Kids Entertained 7:29
Staying Focused 3:29
Maintaining Your Household 3:19
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
3 PD Hours
1 Understand why it’s important to process your emotions during an extended school closure.
2 Explore strategies for setting up a workspace and schedule to give structure to your days.
3 Discover the importance of setting boundaries and keeping communication open.
Situations that lead to an extended school closure are almost never positive. Whether it’s a pandemic, fire, natural disaster, or something else, chances are, art teachers are under immense stress. In this PRO Pack, join Amanda as she walks you through how to make working from home more manageable. You’ll walk away with specific strategies to set yourself up for success and move through the experience with strength and grace.
Connected K-12 Art Educator Framework Competencies
13. Professional Practice
A. Demonstrates reflective practice
B. Contributes to the school culture
C. Partners with other professional educators
Director of K-12 Professional Development at AOEU and PRO Facilitator
Amanda is the Director of K-12 Professional Development at The Art of Education University. She has a background in teaching elementary art and loves being able to help craft highly relevant professional development for art teachers everywhere.