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Why Choice Curriculum?
Benefits for Students 2:19
Benefits for Teachers 1:12
Overall Room Organization
Overall Room Arrangement 1:18
Table Set Up 1:54
Demonstration Area and Opening Centers 1:04
Organizing Supplies 2:34
Using Anchor Charts 2:15
Developing a Clean Up Plan 3:07
Organizing the Drawing Center
Setting Up the Drawing Center 1:57
Cleaning Up the Drawing Center 1:23
Organizing the Painting Center
Painting Materials to Offer 1:41
Cleaning Up the Painting Center 5:28
Organizing the Collage Center
Collage Materials to Offer 1:25
Setting Up the Collage Center 1:38
Organizing the Printmaking Center
Printmaking Materials to Offer 1:32
Setting Up the Printmaking Center 1:38
Cleaning Up the Printmaking Center 0:51
Planning for Pop-Up Centers
Pop Up Center Materials to Offer 1:37
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
2 PD Hours
1 Dive deep into the various types of centers for choice-based learning.
2 Understand how to organize supplies and discover best-practice clean-up tips.
3 Explore approaches to setting up each center, especially permanent centers.
In this PRO Pack, discover how to best organize your art room to support choice-based learning. Learn about why choice is a great approach for student-centered artmaking and increased development of 21st-century skills. Explore entire-room setup options and arrangements, especially for the elementary level. Wrap up with the best ways to organize each media through in-depth discussions and examples.
A. Creates and communicates clear expectations and consequences
B. Creates and communicates clear routines and procedures
12. Physical Space
A. Designs an art room that is accessible for all students
B. Promotes the safe use of equipment, materials, and supplies
C. Maintains the organization of supplies and student work
Associate Professor and Instructional Coach at AOEU and PRO Facilitator
Wynita Harmon is an Associate Professor and Instructional Coach at AOEU. She enjoys providing authentic learning experiences for her students that promote innovation and critical thinking skills. Wynita holds a master’s degree in human relations with an emphasis in organizational leadership from the University of Oklahoma.