Run the Art Room

Are you excited for a fresh, new school year but are unsure where to start planning? Over the next six episodes, we equip you with tips and tricks to add to your classroom management toolkit.

Stay tuned for best practices and systems around entering and exiting the art room, art material prep, distribution, and collection, attention getters, and more! Join Keisha Casiano from The Art of Education University as she brings eleven art teachers from around the world together to help YOU successfully run your art room.

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Episode 5
Episode 6

Classroom Management Resources

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Classroom Management

Using a Management Matrix to Develop and Set Clear Expectations

Art of Education Magazine & Media Article
Classroom Management

The Best Way to Engage Boys in Art Class

Art of Education Magazine & Media Article
Classroom Management

Going Digital: The Easy Way to Create Digital Lesson Plans

Art of Education Magazine & Media Article
Classroom Management

Have a Seat! 5 Tips For Managing Your Seating Charts

Art of Education Magazine & Media Article
Classroom Management

Stay Organized by Making Sample Glaze Tiles

Art of Education Magazine & Media Article
Classroom Management

Make Pass-Back a Breeze with Colored Table Folders

Art of Education Magazine & Media Video
Classroom Management

The Last Construction Paper You’ll Ever Need

Art of Education Magazine & Media Article
Classroom Management

Why Every Art Room Needs a Carpet

Art of Education Magazine & Media Video

Clay, paint, ink, water spills, messy hands, cutting tools, slippery floors, and busy bodies. Classroom management in the art room is like no other subject area. When it is well-designed, the art room is a magical place. And when it goes awry, it can be chaotic.

Leverage best practices, design an efficient space, and ideate a classroom management system unique to you and your students.

Join fellow art teachers who understand the challenges and celebrations of art teacher life. Leave with new ideas, new friends, and a plan ready to implement right away.