Classroom Management

An Innovative Way to Keep Track of Your Schedule

Art teacher schedules can get crazy. “You mean I only see the second graders every third Tuesday of the month, but I see all the kindergarten classes every Monday? What?!” If you’re feeling overwhelmed by a new or tricky schedule (or by a schedule that’s new AND tricky) you may want to consider arranging your project storage in a way that allows you to visualize which classes you have each day. Watch the video to see how it’s done.

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Amanda Heyn

Amanda Heyn is AOEU’s Director of K–12 PD & Media and a former AOEU Writer and elementary art educator. She enjoys creating relevant and engaging professional development just for art teachers.

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