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Considerations for Young Learners
Physical Abilities/Motor Skills 3:33
Safety Considerations 5:23
Learning Styles and Scaffolding 8:19
Types of Modeling Compounds 7:52
Structuring a Clay Project 6:15
Project Ideas 5:25
Tips and Tricks 4:49
Types of Materials 2:52
Project Ideas 5:19
Tips and Tricks 4:27
Materials Overview 4:24
Construction Techniques 2:25
Project Ideas 4:08
Tips and Tricks 2:11
Conversations and Critiques 3:21
Display Ideas 2:02
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
4 PD Hours
1 Choose from a range of sculpture project ideas appropriate for early elementary students.
2 Discover tips and techniques for building sculptures with various materials.
3 Identify options for preparing and organizing classroom space and student work when working with sculptural media.
Planning and implementing sculpture projects with your youngest students can be anxiety-inducing. Join Joel Scholten in this PRO Pack designed to ease those anxieties as he shares several project ideas while offering tips and tricks for successful construction. Joel will show options for organizing classroom space and supply management throughout production. Additionally, you will learn new ways to lead final critiques and more.
Media and Techniques
Selects best practices when teaching media and techniques to students
Scaffolds media and technique skills for students according to age and ability level
Maintains the organization of supplies and student work
Elementary Art Teacher and PRO Facilitator
Joel is an elementary art teacher in Elkhorn, Nebraska. He holds an MA in Reading and Literacy and believes that literacy and the arts are deeply interwoven. Joel believes that a successful art room balances exploration, expression, and skill development.