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What are Fiber Arts? 2:10
The History of Fiber Arts 1:46
Art vs. Craft 3:24
Bringing Fibers into Your Curriculum
Finding Inspiration and Resources 6:04
Merging Fiber Arts with Existing Curriculum 2:11
Traditional Materials and Techniques 4:27
Non-Traditional Materials and Techniques 2:31
Weaving Project Ideas 8:13
Repeat Pattern Design
Uses for Repeat Patterns 2:54
How to Create Repeat Patterns 6:59
Repeat Pattern Project Ideas 1:33
Traditional Materials and Techniques 10:46
Non-Traditional Materials and Techniques 2:29
Embroidery Project Ideas 2:16
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
3 PD Hours
1 Learn about different forms of fiber arts to bring into your classroom.
2 Explore both traditional and non-traditional materials.
3 Discover how to merge fiber arts with your existing curriculum to create engaging experiences for students.
Fiber arts can be intimidating, but they don’t have to be! In this Learning Pack, walk through a variety of fiber arts options to bring into your classroom. Learn how to use both traditional and non-traditional materials to engage and challenge your students. Finally, walk away with specific project ideas to use with your students right away.
7. Media and Techniques
A. Selects best practices when teaching media and techniques to students
B. Scaffolds media and technique skills for students according to age and ability level
C. Designs opportunities for students to experiment with materials and skills
Connected National Visual Arts Standards
Anchor Standard #1: Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work.
Anchor Standard #2: Organize and develop artistic ideas and work.
Anchor Standard #3: Refine and complete artistic work.
Head of Compliance at AOEU and PRO Facilitator
Amber Kane is the Head of Compliance at AOEU and has a background teaching in a variety of public, private, and online settings. Through questioning and a focus on the creative thought process, she strives to help her students uncover their personal voice and see how they can use art to create impact.