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  • Remote Learning Toolkit
    Remote Learning Toolkit

    Representatives from every NAEA division have collected, curated, and shared strategies, approaches, lessons, units, and tools to support you in distance learning.

  • April20 Webinar
    FREE Webinar: April 22 | 7-8pm

    Join us for the April webinar, “Valuing Student Diversity: Culturally Responsive Teaching in the Visual Arts Classroom.” Register now—free for NAEA members!

  • Legislative Update
    NAEA Legislative Update on COVID-19 and the Cultural Sector

    NAEA is actively engaged in monitoring possible support for the arts and cultural sector as part of a potential Federal Stimulus to offset the impact of COVID-19.

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Matt Young

Visual Arts Educator, Pickerington Central High School, Pickerington, OH

Monthly Mentor Posts

  • Each month, a different NAEA member is the guest writer for the NAEA Monthly Mentor Blog. April’s monthly mentor is Matt Young, Visual Arts Educator at Pickerington Central High School in Pickerington, OH. Matt is committed to student success inside of the classroom and in life as well as keeping a well-groomed beard. He believes that student success is created through meaningful relationships and connecting art work to real life experiences. Matt is a noted speaker and has written articles for Davis Publications, NAEA, the Art of Education, and the Ohio Department of Education. Learn more from and about Matt through the Monthly Mentor blog!

National Art Education Foundation

The National Art Education Foundation (NAEF) invests in innovative initiatives to support instructional practice, research, and leadership in visual arts education.

Get Ready for the 2020 NAEA National Convention

March 26-28, 2020 | Minneapolis, MN


NAEA Virtual Art Educators

Professional learning from anywhere in the world! Access live and archived webinars, workshops, and more. Earn continuing education or university credit!