How Common Condiments Can Help Keep Your Students on Track

Often, art projects span multiple class periods. Students naturally work at different paces, making differentiated daily objectives a necessity. But, how do you provide a “to do” list for students who may be on vastly different steps of a project? Watch this video for a simple organizational strategy that will help your students self-identify their “next steps” with three easy posters!

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How do you promote independence as students transition from step to step in a project?

What other organizational posters do you use to guide your instructional sequence?

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Lindsey Moss

Lindsey Moss, an elementary school art educator, is AOEU’s Content Specialist and a former AOEU Writer. She enjoys art history and finding creative and fun solutions to educational challenges.

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