How to Set Up a One-Stop-Shop for Teaching Aides in Your Art Room

Are you looking for strategies to improve the art experience for your students with special needs? Teaching aides can be a tremendous asset to your art program if you provide them with the resources and autonomy to do what is best for their students.

The creation of a specialized center is one easy way to achieve this. Check out the video and this corresponding article to see just how easy it is to develop a center tailored to your students’ unique needs!

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Do you have a central location for this type of information in your room?

How is it organized?

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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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