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  • Research in the Art Room: Stories from Teachers

    Contains 2 Component(s), 1 Credit Hour offered

    Join classroom art educators and members of the NAEA Professional Learning Through Research Working Group Amy Pfeiler-Wunder, Betsy Murphy, Kristi Oliver, Samantha Melvin, and Kathy A. Miraglia as they share resources for bringing research into everyday educational settings. Explore the results of a recent NAEA survey on research to get the “big picture” of the importance of research in the classroom and beyond.

    Join classroom art educators and members of the NAEA Professional Learning Through Research Working Group, as they share resources for bringing research into everyday educational settings. Explore the results of a recent NAEA survey on research to get the “big picture" of the importance of research in the classroom and beyond.

    Gain answers to these questions and more:

    • What are the benefits of conducting research in my classroom?
    • How do I find time and resources to conduct my own research or collaborate in joint research studies?
    • How can I research the effectiveness of my curriculum or my own teaching practices?

    Presenters: Amy Pfeiler-Wunder, Betsy Murphy, Kristi Oliver, Samantha Melvin, and Kathy A. Miraglia

    Upon completion of an NAEA webinar, participants will receive a Certificate of Participation with (1) clock hour of professional development per session, as designated by NAEA. Clock hours provided upon completion of any NAEA professional learning institute are granted for participation in an organized professional learning experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction and qualified instruction and can be used toward continuing education credit in most states. It is the responsibility of the participant to verify acceptance by professional governing authorities in their area.

    University Credit
    Acknowledge your learning with university credit from the nationally accredited School of Education at California State University, Chico by accruing 15 hours for 1 unit of university credit for your NAEA professional development efforts. Participate in 15 NAEA webinars (live and/or archived) or combine the webinar hours with the NAEA Virtual Conference hours, and/or NAEA National Convention archived session hours to reach your 15 hours.

    To earn university credit, you must accrue your 15 hours of NAEA learning within the same twelve-month period. Then submit your NAEA Virtual Art Educators record of participation (all 15 hours) to the Center for Regional and Continuing Education at CSU, Chico along with the required application fee and enroll in EDUC 831A.

    You will be able to also earn 1 unit of university credit for attending and participating in the 2016 NAEA National Convention in Chicago. You will be able to enroll in this course, EDUC 812B, next spring.

    2015 fall and 2016 spring fees are $60. Additional details will be posted soon.

  • 2015 NAEA Back-to-School Virtual Conference: Learning and Leading in a Visual Age

    Contains 2 Component(s), 6 Credit Hours offered

    Broadcast live from the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC, on September 26, 2015, the 2015 NAEA Back-To-School Virtual Conference is your direct connection to professional learning and creative professionals!

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    Gain fresh lesson ideas and inspiration for a vibrant new school year—all from the convenience of your computer or tablet!

    Broadcast live from the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC, on September 26, 2015 from 11am - 4 pm ET, the 2015 NAEA Back-To-School Virtual Conference is your direct connection to professional learning and creative professionals! Explore Learning and Leading in a Visual Age with Maria Fabrizio, Illustrator and Communications Designer, Wordless News; and D'Wayne Edwards, founder of Pensole Footwear Design Academy. Take the insight shared by the artists even further when educators from DC schools and museums share lessons and classroom experiences inspired by the work of the keynote speakers. Interact in real-time with presenters, as well as art education professionals around the world who are engaging in the NAEA Virtual Conference experience!

    THEME: Thinking About Learning and Leading in a Visual Age
    Every day, American young people spend more than four hours watching television, DVDs or videos; one hour using a computer; and 49 minutes playing video games. Although many digital tools rely on sound and text, most disseminate images, and youths who spend a third of their waking hours in front of a screen are saturated with images. How can we lead our schools and communities to support visual arts education, as an essential content area, integrating the arts into all areas of learning to ensure that young people are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to advance in this visual age? Now is the time to lead the conversation supporting art education for all students!

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    chuLearning and Leading in a Visual Age
    Jane Chu, Chairman, National Endowment for the Arts

    Jane Chu will set the tone for the Virtual Conference with her welcoming statements regarding the importance of Learning and Leading in a Visual Age.
    http://arts.gov/audio/jane-chu

    Journaling in a Visual Age
    Eric Scott, Journal Fodder Junkies
    Have your sketchbook and supplies ready for a live journaling mini-workshop and journaling throughout the virtual conference with Eric Scott of the renowned Journal Fodder Junkies.
    http://www.journalfodderjunkies.com

    Cultivating Creativity
    Maria Fabrizio, Illustrator, Communications Designer, Author
    DC Art Educators

    Learn from Maria Fabrizio about her creative process and innovation as the creator of the acclaimed “Wordless News" and author of the new book, Cultivating Creativity: Daily Rituals for Inspiration. Then, go inside the classrooms of Elementary, Middle Level, and High School art educators who have created lessons based on Maria's work. Finally, be part of a conversation with Maria and participating art educators. Plus, access the lessons featured in this segment through the NAEA Arts Standards Toolbox App!
    http://mariafabrizio.com/

    Spaces and Places: The Art Room as a Studio for Learning and Leading
    James Rees, Art Educator, Provo High School, Provo Utah

    How does the design of your teaching space impact the learning and creativity that happens there? What do art classes across the country look like? What are some tips and tricks for making your teaching space (whether it's a classroom, a cart, or a museum) the most effective? Join this discussion by virtually sharing your teaching space and exploring your colleagues' classrooms.
    https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=james+rees+pedagogy+and+classroom+

    Organizing for Optimal Learning: Art Standards Toolbox App
    Dennis Inhulsen, NAEA Chief Learning Officer
    Take a moment to see how the NEW NAEA Arts Standards Toolbox can help organize your Standards-based lessons at the touch of a finger. Also, learn how you can access pre-loaded lessons from the Virtual Conference and more!
    https://virtual.arteducators.org/app

    Student Achievement Through Design
    D'Wayne Edwards, Footwear Designer, Founder of Pensole Footwear Academy
    Hear D'Wayne Edwards' story of success that began with nothing but a number two pencil and grew beyond a career as a footwear designer for Nike to paving the way for youth from all walks of life to become designers themselves. Participate in a group discussion with D'Wayne, art educators who teach design in their classrooms, and students who are studying design in their schools.
    http://www.pensole.com/

    Plus more to come!
    Video shorts, facilitated journaling breaks, polls, and more will be part of this 5-hour program! Check back here for updated information. Schedule and programming are subject to change.

    Certificate of Participation
    Upon completion of the NAEA Virtual Conference, you will receive a Certificate of Participation with (5) clock hours of professional development, as designated by NAEA. Clock hours provided upon completion of any NAEA professional learning institute are granted for participation in an organized professional learning experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction and qualified instruction and can be used toward continuing education credit in most states. It will be your responsibility to verify acceptance by professional governing authorities in your area.

    University Credit
    Acknowledge your learning with university credit from the nationally accredited School of Education at California State University, Chico by accruing 15 hours for 1 unit of university credit for your NAEA professional development efforts. Participate in 15 NAEA webinars (live and/or archived) or combine the webinar hours with the NAEA Virtual Conference hours, and/or NAEA National Convention archived session hours to reach your 15 hours.

    To earn university credit, you must accrue your 15 hours of NAEA learning within the same twelve-month period. Then submit your NAEA Virtual Art Educators record of participation (all 15 hours) to the Center for Regional and Continuing Education at CSU, Chico along with the required application fee and enroll in EDUC 831A.

    You will be able to also earn 1 unit of university credit for attending and participating in the 2016 NAEA National Convention in Chicago. You will be able to enroll in this course, EDUC 812B, next spring.

    2015 fall and 2016 spring fees are $60. Additional details will be posted soon.

  • Implementing the New Visual Arts Standards: Revisiting Learning Progressions—Demonstrating Student Growth

    Contains 2 Component(s), 1 Credit Hour offered

    The National Visual Arts Standards provide learning progressions from preK-12. The concepts embedded in the Standards reflect the scope of learning—the knowledge, skills, and understandings taught through the study of the visual arts.

    September 22, 2015 | 7:00 - 8:00 pm ET

    The National Visual Arts Standards provide learning progressions from preK-12. The concepts embedded in the Standards reflect the scope of learning—the knowledge, skills, and understandings taught through the study of the visual arts. Join Dennis Inhulsen, NAEA Chief Learning Officer, and Joyce Huser, KSDE Fine Arts Education Consultant, as they revisit this important discussion that began in 2014—exploring learning progressions, updates, and newly posed questions.

    Gain an understanding of the grade-by-grade progressions and learn how the new Standards can be cluster-grouped through unit planning and presented authentically to demonstrate artistic growth over time. Explore parallel components with the Common Core State Standards and 21st-Century Skills. See techniques for teaching the Standards through varied teaching and learning settings.

    If you are unable to participate in the live event – Register in advance to access the archive: If you are unable to participate in the live event, it will be available to view on demand once the event concludes. Register for the event in advance, then log back in to Virtual Art Educators and click on the Webinar box on the right side of the page and click on View Archived Recording.


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    Upon completion of an NAEA webinar, participants will receive a Certificate of Participation with (1) clock hour of professional development per session, as designated by NAEA. Clock hours provided upon completion of any NAEA professional learning institute are granted for participation in an organized professional learning experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction and qualified instruction and can be used toward continuing education credit in most states. It is the responsibility of the participant to verify acceptance by professional governing authorities in their area.

    University Credit
    Acknowledge your learning with university credit from the nationally accredited School of Education at California State University, Chico by accruing 15 hours for 1 unit of university credit for your NAEA professional development efforts. Participate in 15 NAEA webinars (live and/or archived) or combine the webinar hours with the NAEA Virtual Conference hours, and/or NAEA National Convention archived session hours to reach your 15 hours.

    To earn university credit, you must accrue your 15 hours of NAEA learning within the same twelve-month period. Then submit your NAEA Virtual Art Educators record of participation (all 15 hours) to the Center for Regional and Continuing Education at CSU, Chico along with the required application fee and enroll in EDUC 831A.

    You will be able to also earn 1 unit of university credit for attending and participating in the 2016 NAEA National Convention in Chicago. You will be able to enroll in this course, EDUC 812B, next spring.

    2015 fall and 2016 spring fees are $60. Additional details will be posted soon.

  • Visual Journals: Authentic Meaning Making In and Out of the Classroom

    Contains 2 Component(s), 1 Credit Hour offered

    Join us for our first webinar with Journal Fodder Junkies, David Modler and Eric Scott

    Providing alternative perspectives to structured sketchbooks, visual journals are an art form and a creative outlet for artists, writers, craft enthusiasts, teachers, and students. This webinar provides strategies and approaches—as well as tips, techniques, and prompts for implementing the visual journal as part of your personal art practice and curriculum. Explore how visual journals can facilitate a connection between your studio and teaching practices, and how you can transfer this personal artistic research into model behaviors and processes for your students. By implementing the visual journal as a key component of your curriculum, you can encourage students to engage in personally relevant artmaking experiences that emphasize process over product—resulting in increased student motivation and creativity.

    Meet the Journal Fodder Junkies

    David R. Modler is an artist/educator born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. He earned his Bachelor of Science and Master of Education degrees in Art Education from Towson State University and a Master of Fine Arts from James Madison University. David currently lives and works in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, where he is an Assistant Professor of Art Education at Shepherd University.



    Eric M. Scott is an artist and a National Board Certified Teacher born and raised in Washington, Pennsylvania. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Art Education from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, and currently lives in Purcellville, VA, and teaches art for Loudoun County Public Schools.




    Upon completion of an NAEA webinar, participants will receive a Certificate of Participation with (1) clock hour of professional development per session, as designated by NAEA. Clock hours provided upon completion of any NAEA professional learning institute are granted for participation in an organized professional learning experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction and qualified instruction and can be used toward continuing education credit in most states. It is the responsibility of the participant to verify acceptance by professional governing authorities in their area.

    University Credit
    Acknowledge your learning with university credit from the nationally accredited School of Education at California State University, Chico by accruing 15 hours for 1 unit of university credit for your NAEA professional development efforts. Participate in 15 NAEA webinars (live and/or archived) or combine the webinar hours with the NAEA Virtual Conference hours, and/or NAEA National Convention archived session hours to reach your 15 hours.

    To earn university credit, you must accrue your 15 hours of NAEA learning within the same twelve-month period. Then submit your NAEA Virtual Art Educators record of participation (all 15 hours) to the Center for Regional and Continuing Education at CSU, Chico along with the required application fee and enroll in EDUC 831A.

    You will be able to also earn 1 unit of university credit for attending and participating in the 2016 NAEA National Convention in Chicago. You will be able to enroll in this course, EDUC 812B, next spring.

    2015 fall and 2016 spring fees are $60. Additional details will be posted soon.

  • 2010 NAEA National Convention Recordings

    Contains 23 Component(s), 11 Credit Hours offered

    Theme: Art Education and Social Justice | April 14-18 | Baltimore, MD

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    Theme: Art Education and Social Justice
    April 14-18 - Baltimore, MD

    The NAEA National Convention is an annual event providing substantive professional development services that include the advancement of knowledge in all sessions, events, and activities for the purpose of improving visual arts instruction in American schools. As such, it is the world's largest art education convention.

  • Model Cornerstone Assessments: (MCAs): Sharing Some Results from a Pilot Study

    Contains 2 Component(s), 1 Credit Hour offered

    Gain information and inspiration for using the Model Cornerstone Assessments (MCAs) in your classroom! The National Visual Arts Standards were published with sample optional assessments—MCAs. This webinar will present information about a piloting study of the grades 2, 5, and 8 MCAs.

    Gain information and inspiration for using the Model Cornerstone Assessments (MCAs) in your classroom! The National Visual Arts Standards were published with sample optional assessments—MCAs. This webinar will present information about a piloting study, funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, of the grades 2, 5, and 8 MCAs. Art teachers who piloted the MCAs at these grade levels will share what they did, how they implemented the MCAs in their classrooms, and what they learned from the process.

    Presenter: Dr. F. Robert Sabol


    Upon completion of an NAEA webinar, participants will receive a Certificate of Participation with (1) clock hour of professional development per session, as designated by NAEA. Clock hours provided upon completion of any NAEA professional learning institute are granted for participation in an organized professional learning experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction and qualified instruction and can be used toward continuing education credit in most states. It is the responsibility of the participant to verify acceptance by professional governing authorities in their area.

    Professional Development Credits

    Acknowledge your learning with university credit from the nationally accredited School of Education at California State University, Chico by accruing 15 hours for 1 unit of university credit for your NAEA professional development efforts. Participate in 15 NAEA webinars (live and/or archived) or combine the webinar hours with the NAEA Virtual Conference hours, and/or NAEA PreConvention Sessions to reach your 15 hours. To earn university credit, you must accrue your 15 hours of NAEA learning within the same twelve-month period.

    Then submit your NAEA Virtual Art Educators record of participation (all 15 hours) to the Center for Regional and Continuing Education at CSU, Chico along with the required application fee and enroll in EDUC 831A.

    You will be able to also earn 1 unit of university credit for attending and participating in the 2016 NAEA Convention in Chicago. You will be able to enroll in this course, EDUC 812B, next spring.

    2015 spring and summer fees were $60.
    2015 fall and 2016 spring fees and further details will be posted soon.

  • FREE Online Art Tools: Where the Wild Things Are!

    Contains 2 Component(s), 1 Credit Hour offered

    ​Take a walk on the wild side! Discover 13 FREE digital online tools that you can use to organize yourself as you plan curriculum, open a unit, anchor a lesson, work on digital portfolios, integrate the new National Visual Arts Standards, and/or directly engage your students in digital art assignments.

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    Take a walk on the wild side! Discover 13 FREE digital online tools that you can use to organize yourself as you plan curriculum, open a unit, anchor a lesson, work on digital portfolios, integrate the new National Visual Arts Standards, and/or directly engage your students in digital art assignments. Cris Guenter, NAEA Pacific Region Vice President-Elect and Theresa McGee, 2014 Outstanding Technology Teacher, will guide your professional learning adventure! Both are long-time techies who have been including technology in their art instruction for years. Join Cris, Theresa, and your colleagues from across the country for this webinar to discover FREE online tools and how to you can use them for your classroom and beyond!

    Presenters: Cris Guenter and Theresa McGee


    Upon completion of an NAEA webinar, participants will receive a Certificate of Participation with (1) clock hour of professional development per session, as designated by NAEA. Clock hours provided upon completion of any NAEA professional learning institute are granted for participation in an organized professional learning experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction and qualified instruction and can be used toward continuing education credit in most states. It is the responsibility of the participant to verify acceptance by professional governing authorities in their area.

    Professional Development Credits

    Acknowledge your learning with university credit from the nationally accredited School of Education at California State University, Chico by accruing 15 hours for 1 unit of university credit for your NAEA professional development efforts. Participate in 15 NAEA webinars (live and/or archived) or combine the webinar hours with the NAEA Virtual Conference hours, and/or NAEA PreConvention Sessions to reach your 15 hours. To earn university credit, you must accrue your 15 hours of NAEA learning within the same twelve-month period.

    Then submit your NAEA Virtual Art Educators record of participation (all 15 hours) to the Center for Regional and Continuing Education at CSU, Chico along with the required application fee and enroll in EDUC 831A.

    You will be able to also earn 1 unit of university credit for attending and participating in the 2016 NAEA Convention in Chicago. You will be able to enroll in this course, EDUC 812B, next spring.

    2015 spring and summer fees were $60.
    2015 fall and 2016 spring fees and further details will be posted soon.

  • 2015 NAEA National Convention Recordings

    Contains 13 Component(s), 12 Credit Hours offered

    Theme: The Art of Design: Form, Function, and the Future of Visual Arts Education | March 26-28 | New Orleans, LA

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    Theme: The Art of Design: Form, Function, and the Future of Visual Arts Education
    March 26-28 - New Orleans, LA

    The NAEA National Convention is an annual event providing substantive professional development services that include the advancement of knowledge in all sessions, events, and activities for the purpose of improving visual arts instruction in American schools. As such, it is the world's largest art education convention.





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    General Session: Art Matters!
    Speaker: Tim Gunn
    Everyone knows Tim Gunn from his Emmy-Award winning work on television shows such as 'Project Runway', 'Under the Gunn' and 'Tim Gunn's Guide to Style.' But not everyone is aware of Tim's long experience as a teacher and his deep passion for education. Caroline Payson, Director of Education at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, will talk to Tim about his career as an educator, teachers who have inspired him and his commitment to encouraging the next generation of artists and designers.

    2_Mann.gif Local Artist Series: THINK / DRAW / MAKE: Bringing Works of Art Into the Material World
    Speaker: Thomas Mann
    423D is metal artist and jewelry designer Thomas Mann's personal take on the mysterious event of how creative mental visions of the artist become a physical reality. His theory, directed principally to practicing artists, is even more revealing to art educators in understanding how to foster the creative spirit through process and why the role of Art Educator is one of the most important in society.

    3_Gunn_Workshop.gif Workshop: Ready, Set, Design: Bringing Design Into the Art Classroom
    Speakers: Tim Gunn & Caroline Payson
    Tim Gunn and staff from Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum will present a special version of Cooper Hewitt's Ready, Set, Design challenge inspired by Tim's work on “Project Runway". Participants in this hands-on activity will need to “Make It Work" through brainstorming, prototyping, and presenting solutions to open-ended design challenges under time and material constraint. After experiencing the design process, participants will be inspired to integrate the activity into their own art curriculum throughout the school year.

    4_Gabbard_Bagshaw.gif Super Session: The Works of Margarete Bagshaw
    Speaker: Susan Gabbard
    NAEA Convention Program Co-Coordinator Susan Gabbard presents the work of Margarete Bagshaw, and the new Pablita Verlade Museum of Indian Women in the Arts. Margarete's large monumental canvases honor the artwork of her mother and grandmother and are truly a testament to the significant place the women of her family hold in the art world—together they form the only documented full-time professional female painting dynasty of Native American women.


    1_Inhulsen.gifGeneral Session: Celebrating Our Profession
    Speaker: Dennis Inhulsen
    NAEA leads the field of visual arts education. Join NAEA President Dennis Inhulsen and the recipients of 2015 NAEAAwards, to celebrate the leader within all of us!
    Super Session: Critical Making: Making the Future
    Speaker: Rosanne Somerson
    Rosanne Somerson is a furniture designer, educator, and President of RISD. At Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), students are immersed in a culture of “critical making," in which the hand and mind combine to envision and create essential objects, experiences, and meanings. This session illuminates how RISD nurtures creative practice, from conceptual spark to finished outcome.

    Super Session: Art Education by Design: It's Everywhere!
    Speakers: NAEA Design Issues Group (DIG)
    Have you ever said, “Students, look around! Art is everywhere…?" As art educators, we frequently use that phrase when in fact we may actually be referring to examples of design. How are they the same and how are they different? This session brings to life how design thinking is fundamental to art education and why it belongs in your art curriculum and classroom!

    Curriculum Slam: Assembling Comprehensive Contemporary Art & Design Curriculum
    Speakers: Olivia Gude, James Rees, Lydia Ross, Steve Ciampaglia, Nick Hostert, Catherine Muller, Raja Schaar, Ann Gerondis, Jake Myers, Madeleine Stern, Kate Thomas, Ron Wigglesworth, and Rachel Valsing
    Join colleagues Oliva Gude, James Rees, Lydia Ross, and more as teachers from across the continent share curriculum in a fast, functional, and fun format. Curated by the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, each performative presentation introduces fresh activities and artmaking approaches.

    Local Artist Series: Terrance Osborne
    This award-winning New Orleans artist grew up in the inner city and drew inspiration from his diverse and colorful social surroundings. With an underlying interest in art, largely fueled by his family, he was fascinated by color and worked with whatever materials he could get his hands on. In 1991, he received the guidance of artist Richard Thomas and was finally able to paint with passion and expression.
    Local Artist Series: Vision and Dreams: An Artistic Journey
    Speaker: Chris King
    This teaching artist shares a variety of artwork and stories of his life as an artist and educator, as well as insight into his creative process and journey. He'd like to inspire the audience by showing that art is much more than the accumulation of technical skills; art is a language that empowers people to feel that his or her voice is important, no matter how loud or soft—whether it is written, spoken, painted, or sculpted.

    Local Artist Series: Expressing Personal Voice
    Speaker: Ann Schwab
    Blending photography, drawing, and installation, this mixed-media artist explores processes of coping with physical and emotional trauma in her professional art practice. As an arts educator at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA), Louisiana's Arts Conservatory for high school students, she nurtures personal expression and individuality in her students' artwork. Employing critical thinking strategies in her studio/classroom, she inspires her teenage students. Their work and hers will be showcased.

    General Session: Welcome Shoppers
    Speaker: Lisa Hoke
    Over the past twenty-five years, Lisa Hoke's artwork and installations have been featured in more than twenty one-person shows and seventy-five group exhibitions. With her installations growing in scale, material multiplicity rules including materials such as zippers, buttons, chair legs, drinking straws, thread, wax, napkins, coffee filters, burlap, paint, clothing, windshields, car mufflers, webbing, chain, pipes, sand, dog food cans, baby food jars, champagne glasses, glasses, mirrors and most recently, cast off colored packaging. The session will focus on the process of moving an idea from its inception to a monumental site-specific artwork.
  • The Art of Design in New Orleans! Design Arrives at the 2015 NAEA National Convention

    Contains 2 Component(s), 1 Credit Hour offered

    Join NAEA President Dennis Inhulsen, along with Design Educator Dr. Robin Vande Zande, and NAEA Visual Communications and Creative Strategies Manager Krista Brooke, as excitement grows for NAEA's first-ever design-themed National Convention—March 26-28 in New Orleans, LA. Whether or not you're planning to travel to New Orleans, you'll learn about how NAEA supports design-education for members and how you can benefit from Convention resources!

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    Join NAEA President Dennis Inhulsen, along with Design Educator Dr. Robin Vande Zande, and NAEA Visual Communications and Creative Strategies Manager Krista Brooke, as excitement grows for NAEA's first-ever design-themed National Convention—March 26-28 in New Orleans, LA. Whether or not you're planning to travel to New Orleans, you'll learn about how NAEA supports design-education for members and how you can benefit from Convention resources!

    Presenters: NAEA President Dennis Inhulsen, Design Educator Dr. Robin Vande Zande, and NAEA Visual Communications and Creative Strategies Manager Krista Brooke.


    Upon completion of an NAEA webinar, participants will receive a Certificate of Participation with (1) clock hour of professional development per session, as designated by NAEA. Clock hours provided upon completion of any NAEA professional learning institute are granted for participation in an organized professional learning experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction and qualified instruction and can be used toward continuing education credit in most states. It is the responsibility of the participant to verify acceptance by professional governing authorities in their area.


    Acknowledge your learning with university credit from the nationally accredited School of Education at California State University, Chico by accruing 15 hours for 1 unit of university credit for your NAEA professional development efforts. Participate in 15 NAEA webinars (live and/or archived) or combine the webinar hours with the NAEA Virtual Conference hours, and/or NAEA PreConvention Sessions to reach your 15 hours. To earn university credit, you must accrue your 15 hours of NAEA learning within the same twelve-month period.

    Then submit your NAEA Virtual Art Educators record of participation (all 15 hours) to the Center for Regional and Continuing Education at CSU, Chico along with the required application fee and enroll in EDUC 831A.

    You will be able to also earn 1 unit of university credit for attending and participating in the 2016 NAEA Convention in Chicago. You will be able to enroll in this course, EDUC 812B, next spring.

    2015 spring and summer fees were $60.
    2015 fall and 2016 spring fees and further details will be posted soon.

  • Classroom-based Teacher Research in Art Education

    Contains 2 Component(s), 1 Credit Hour offered

    Two approaches to teacher-led, classroom-based research will be presented as a means of addressing issues facing school-based art teachers. Graeme Sullivan, Chair of the NAEA Research Commission, and Director of the School of Visual Arts at Penn State University will moderate joined by two art educators involved in teacher research and professional development who will host: Kathy Marzilli Miraglia, Associate Professor of Art Education and Chairperson of the Department of Art Education at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, and Sara Wilson McKay, Chair and Associate Professor of Art Education at Virginia Commonwealth University. High school art teacher, Mogan Bozarth, who teaches at Wesport High School, Massachusetts, will introduce her study, The Practicum Experience: Examining Reflections about my Teaching from a Supervising Practitioner's Perspective. Elementary art teacher, Julie Crowder, who teaches for the Richmond Public Schools, Virginia, will present her work, Exploring Grief in the Elementary Classroom.

    Two approaches to teacher-led, classroom-based research will be presented as a means of addressing issues facing school-based art teachers. Graeme Sullivan, Chair of the NAEA Research Commission, and Director of the School of Visual Arts at Penn State University will moderate joined by two art educators involved in teacher research and professional development who will host: Kathy Marzilli Miraglia, Associate Professor of Art Education and Chairperson of the Department of Art Education at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, and Sara Wilson McKay, Chair and Associate Professor of Art Education at Virginia Commonwealth University. High school art teacher, Mogan Bozarth, who teaches at Wesport High School, Massachusetts, will introduce her study, The Practicum Experience: Examining Reflections about my Teaching from a Supervising Practitioner's Perspective. Elementary art teacher, Julie Crowder, who teaches for the Richmond Public Schools, Virginia, will present her work, Exploring Grief in the Elementary Classroom.

    Presenters: Graeme Sullivan, Chair of the NAEA Research Commission, Director of the School of Visual Arts, Penn State University; Kathy Marzilli Miraglia, Associate Professor of Art Education and Chairperson of the Department of Art Education at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; Sara Wilson McKay, Chair and Associate Professor of Art Education at Virginia Commonwealth University; Teacher-Researcher Presenter: Morgan Bozarth; and Teacher-Researcher Presenter: Julie Crowder.


    Upon completion of an NAEA webinar, participants will receive a Certificate of Participation with (1) clock hour of professional development per session, as designated by NAEA. Clock hours provided upon completion of any NAEA professional learning institute are granted for participation in an organized professional learning experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction and qualified instruction and can be used toward continuing education credit in most states. It is the responsibility of the participant to verify acceptance by professional governing authorities in their area.


    Acknowledge your learning with university credit from the nationally accredited School of Education at California State University, Chico by accruing 15 hours for 1 unit of university credit for your NAEA professional development efforts. Participate in 15 NAEA webinars (live and/or archived) or combine the webinar hours with the NAEA Virtual Conference hours, and/or NAEA PreConvention Sessions to reach your 15 hours. To earn university credit, you must accrue your 15 hours of NAEA learning within the same twelve-month period.

    Then submit your NAEA Virtual Art Educators record of participation (all 15 hours) to the Center for Regional and Continuing Education at CSU, Chico along with the required application fee and enroll in EDUC 831A.

    You will be able to also earn 1 unit of university credit for attending and participating in the 2016 NAEA Convention in Chicago. You will be able to enroll in this course, EDUC 812B, next spring.

    2015 spring and summer fees were $60.
    2015 fall and 2016 spring fees and further details will be posted soon.