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Why Add in Math to Your Art Curriculum?
How Math and Art Overlap 1:45
Finding Connections Between Math and Art
Symmetry and Asymmetry 2:58
Proportion and Perspective 1:38
Fractals and The Golden Ratio 2:50
Getting Started with Lesson Planning
Using the Standards 3:07
Making Math Connections 5:27
The Greedy Triangle 4:37
Radial Stars 6:43
Fibonacci Color Wheel 7:05
Gridded Architecture Bookmarks 6:14
Assessment and Reflection
Assessment Ideas 4:34
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
2 PD Hours
1 Discover why it’s so important to bring math into your art curriculum.
2 Learn about basic math concepts that connect seamlessly to art.
3 Explore specific projects you can incorporate into your curriculum right away.
Although it might not seem like it at first glance, math and art pair together extremely well. In this PRO Learning Pack, see how easy it is to bring math into your art curriculum. Discover the importance of cross-curricular planning, review basic math concepts, and gain specific project ideas. Walk away with the ability to start implementing ideas in your classroom right away!
Connected Professional Art Educator Competencies
1.6 Utilizes knowledge of a variety of art ed methods in planning of content
1.7 Demonstrates willingness to try new methods and approaches
Senior Editor at AOEU and PRO Facilitator
Megan Dehner is the Senior Editor of the Art of Education University Online Magazine. She has a background in teaching elementary art and holds a B.A. in Spanish and a B.F.A. in Printmaking from the University of Iowa. She is passionate about giving all learners a chance to practice their creativity, regardless of language and abilities.