End of the Year2020-08-21T13:45:52-07:00

ISSUE #14 • MAY 2018

END OF THE YEAR ORGANIZATION

As you get ready to close another school year, use these ideas, tips and strategies for getting organized and finishing strong.

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Be All That You Can Be

Dierdre Moore | May 2018 Be All That You Can Be A soldier artist?  What now? It turns out that the United States Army has an art program. Who knew?  [...]

How to Save a Failing STEAM Challenge

Dyan Branstetter | May 2018 How to Save a Failing STEAM Challenge Have you ever tried to facilitate a STEAM challenge that flops? Have students attempted the challenge without a successful [...]

Educators Who Think Like Artists

Last year, we had the opportunity to have Amy Burvall and Dan Ryder, authors of Intention, Critical Creativity in the Classroom, host #K12ArtChat. Amy Burvall describes herself as a remixer, mycongraphy artist, social media [...]

Goodbye Graffiti

Michelle Simmons | May 2018 Goodbye Graffiti Each city has their own quirks and character. It’s these idiosyncrasies that define a city. So when I moved to Pensacola, Florida a [...]

Fostering Curiosity and Imagination

Joanne Emery | May 2018 Fostering Curiosity and Imagination Over the years, when speaking about integrating the arts into the classroom, I have frequently been met with a bit of [...]

Make Every Minute Count

Dyan Branstetter | May 2018 Make Every Minute Count It's the last day of school in an elementary classroom: Clean Out Day. Students dump the folders from their desks and [...]

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