Adapting the Visual Arts Standards to Make Your Lesson Plans Come Alive!

Includes a Live Event on 08/21/2019 at 7:00 PM (EDT)

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Adapting the Visual Arts Standards to Make Your Lesson Plans Come Alive!
Wednesday, August 21, 2019 | 7-8 pm ET
FREE for NAEA Members; $49 for non-members

Launched in 2014, the National Visual Arts Standards are part of the National Core Arts Standards. The Standards—written to be instructional, assessable, and aspirational—have endless possibilities to deliver curriculum in a variety of settings. Learn from three veteran K-12 art educators (who have all served on the NAEA Board of Directors) as they share their journeys and methods for effectively utilizing the Standards in facilitating challenging, engaging, developmentally-/age-appropriate units and lessons that provide deep investigation, critical thinking, problem solving, and student artist voice and choice. Gain new perspective as they share the Standards' impact on their work at the school, district, and state levels

Laura Milas

Laura Milas, MA, BFA, NBCT
Art Educator, Hinsdale Central High School, Hinsdale, Illinois

Laura Milas is a Visual Art Educator at Hinsdale Central High School where she teaches AP Art History, AP Studio Art, Drawing, and Painting. She has served as NAEA Western Region Vice President and on National Standards Assessment Writing Teams. An Illinois Art Education Past President, Newsletter Editor, and Youth Art Month Chairperson, Laura has been honored as the IAEA Art Educator of the Year and has been inducted as an IAEA Distinguished Member. A graduate of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, she received its Distinguished Alumni Award in Art Education.

Bob Reeker

Bob Reeker, BA, Education; Masters in Educational Administration
K-5 Visual Art Educator, Lincoln Public Schools, Lincoln, Nebraska Adjunct Instructor, Nebraska Wesleyan University

Bob Reeker has held multiple roles in Lincoln Public Schools, including K-5 visual art educator, K-5 computer science specialist, and K-5 assistant principal. He is also an adjunct instructor at Nebraska Wesleyan University where he teaches elementary art methods. Serving on the NAEA Board of Directors twice, he is the NAEA Western Region Vice President and was the NAEA Elementary Division Director. Bob has served his state organization, Nebraska Art Teachers Association, as Co-President, Youth Art Month Chair, and on a variety of committees.

Linda Kieling

Linda Kieling, MEd
Art Educator, Clackamas High School,
Clackamas, Oregon

Linda Kieling is a veteran visual art educator, teaching students at the K-Graduate level over the course of 28 years. As an active leader, she has served NAEA as Middle Level Division Director, a member of the Professional Learning through Research working group, and on the Professional Materials Committee. Linda serves on the National Art Education Foundation Board of Trustees and is the incoming president of the Council for Art Education. Active in the Oregon Art Education Association, she has served as Middle Level Representative, Youth Art Month Chair, and is currently President-Elect. She has been recognized on many levels for her work, including receiving the NAEA Middle Level Art Educator Award of the Year and NAEA Distinguished Service Within the Profession Award. Linda is a published author and exhibiting artist.

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