Snapshot: Best Practices | April 2016
Tuesday, April 19, 2016 | 7-8 pm ET
Presenters: Nichole Hahn, Debra Pylypiw, Melinda Nguyen
Nichole Hahn: The Connect Effect is powerful with Art! Explore how art can create connections within the schools, between students, classes, and disciplines. Make community connections through artists in residence, authors, illustrators, and dance groups. Art can connect a student to something as big as a global art trade and something as small as a personal connection shown in their personal exploration.
Debra Pylypiw: All-County Art—Highlight Your Most Talented Students! Have you ever looked at the music program's All-County, All-District, and All-State programs and wondered how you could give the same recognition to your talented visual artists? Learn about this successful program in North Carolina that does just this! Find ideas for developing an honors program in your school system.
Melinda Nguyen: Organize Your Classroom and Optimize Success! Give your classroom management a boost with great organization! Learn about an organizational system implemented in an art classroom used by 1,000 students, optimizing instructional time and teacher sanity.
- Using Class Dojo and Centers
- Structured Procedures
- Classroom Jobs
- Color Coding and Organization by Grade
- Organizing Lesson Plans and Resources
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