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    [April 6, 2022 | 7pm ET] Explore various approaches to teaching media arts from a group of celebrated educators with affiliations from Adobe, ISTE, NASA, and the NAEA ArtEdTech Interest Group. We’ll share best practices and cover both traditional media arts approaches as well as new and emerging media. We will also share engaging project ideas using various technologies that can be applied in classes in both K–12 and college.

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    [March 16, 2022 | 7pm ET] Community-based art education (CBAE) projects can teach art skills, connect diverse groups around common themes, beautify spaces, heal unsettled communities, raise awareness of concerns of the disenfranchised, and celebrate community assets and cultures through a culturally responsive process. Join us for an introduction to a CBAE framework to connect educational institutions with their local communities while building sustainable partnerships through arts-based learning. Learn about conceptual, theoretical, practical, and research structures used to aid educators in developing, implementing, and assessing your own CBAE project.

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    [February 2, 2022 | 7pm ET] In second language acquisition, the integration of visual arts provides differentiated learning, bolsters confidence, and encourages students to appreciate their own cultures and heritages through experiential learning in a brave space. Discover how storytelling through individual journeys can help to empower English Language Learner (ELL) students and help them connect to personal identity.

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    [January 5, 2022 | 7pm ET] Social–emotional learning provides a foundation for safe, positive learning and enhances students’ ability to succeed in school, careers, and life. Join Melissa Hronkin in this insightful webinar to learn mindful breathing, chair yoga, and other techniques that you can share with students and colleagues to help foster a culture of self-care in and out of the art room.

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    [December 1, 2021 | 7pm ET] Develop your 3D design program and engage students of all learning styles! This webinar features presenters from elementary, middle, and secondary visual arts programs who will share methods and strategies for including sculpture in your visual arts curriculum. Learn from experienced teachers who use sculpture to add breadth to their curriculum and connect to contemporary artists and concepts.

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    [November 3, 2021 | 7pm ET] Presenting is one of the four processes (Creating, Presenting, Responding, Connecting) in the National Core Arts Standards and is described as “interpreting and sharing artistic work.” Exhibiting student artwork is an extremely important and exciting part of the artmaking process. For visual arts educators, however, exhibitions can be overwhelming and intimidating—especially with the new demands of our changing world. Join us to learn fresh ideas for creating successful exhibits that are easier for you and even more rewarding and engaging for your learners and your community.

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    [October 6, 2021 | 7pm ET] Three White members of an educator collective, formed around antiracist education and critical Whiteness studies, share their experiences and insight. “As a group, we talk, think, create, and denaturalize the ways that we are educated by and through whiteness—within our group and with others in our institutions and fields of practice. We have a shared commitment to doing this work with each other as a durational practice that allows us to create collaborative projects, revisit ideas, and hold each other accountable over time. We call ourselves ‘Not a Toolkit’ as a way of troubleshooting the one-off training, the objective-driven and quick-fix workshop, and the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) professional development model aimed at checking off boxes and responding to urgent news cycles around racist violence. Rooted in long-term, embodied, sloggy, and uncomfortable engagements with Whiteness, we will describe a messy history of doing this work and offer creative prompts for thinking with, through, and against Whiteness within each of our specific, non-replicable classroom communities.”

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    [September 1, 2021 | 7pm ET] Maximize your classroom management by working smarter, not harder! Explore virtual, hybrid, and face-to-face best practices, including adapting traditional classroom management to a hybrid model or learning new ways to create authentic, lasting relationships. Discover digital teaching tools to further your practice, both on- and offline. You’ll also learn how to create a positive and safe learning environment in your face-to-face classroom to bolster student ownership and engagement. Additionally, easy ways to utilize group contingency protocols to maximize your instructional time and overall efficiency will be shared.

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    [August 4, 2021 | 7pm ET] It has been a year since we shifted our professional practice from the physical art room to hybrid and virtual learning. The dust has settled, but the challenges of engaging students with and without dis/abilities still remain. Join special education art educator Christopher Hall as he shares practical strategies developed during the pandemic to engage students with dis/abilities in the hybrid and online art room—all of which can be implemented NOW! Gain innovative and practical strategies for creating the optimal learning environment for students with and without dis/abilities in inclusive as well as self-contained classrooms. You’ll also come away with creative solutions for engaging students in artmaking with minimal art supplies via in-person, hybrid, and remote learning models.

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    [July 7, 2021 | 7pm ET] How has this pandemic changed the future of art education? What should our pathway to educational recovery look like? What lessons have we learned that we will carry with us? Join a high school art educator, visual arts supervisor, and college professor as we discuss how we can draw from our experiences during this unique time to chart a new course for the future.