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  • April 9, 2018

    “Artivism” Ideas

    Advocacy ideas submitted by 2018 NAEA National Convention attendee, Laura Mack.

  • ArtScan

    March 14, 2018

    external resource from Education Commission of the States, ArtScan at a Glance

    This summary is updated annually to reflect changes in legislation concerning the arts in education. It includes arts education policies for all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia

    Education Commission of the States

    March 2, 2018

    external resource from eSchool News, 6 Strategies for Implementing STEAM throughout Your District

    STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics) has become more prominent as an effective approach to interdisciplinary learning. However, implementation is not as simple as following a new curriculum or purchasing materials. During the edWebinar “STEAM: Innovations That Solve Real World Problems,” Cheri Sterman, director of education, Crayola; Lucie Howell, director of learning and engagement, The Henry Ford; and James Wells, innovative teaching & learning manager, Crayola, explained the movement’s genesis and offered strategies for a successful transition.

    eSchool News
  • February 28, 2018

    NAEA Advisory: Theorems in Visual Art: Art and Math Teacher Collaboration toward Creative Leadership

    NAEA Advisory: Theorems in Visual Art: Art and Math Teacher Collaboration toward Creative Leadership (Spring 2018)

  • February 28, 2018

    NAEA Standards Publications

    The following NAEA Standards represent the professional judgment of the art education field about the characteristics of preparation programs that will enable all visual arts educators to provide high-quality art instruction for every student.

  • SFNM

    February 9, 2018

    external resource from Santa Fe New Mexican, New Mexico Adopts Statewide Arts Education Standards

    In late January, New Mexico adopted the National Core Arts Standards for dance, music, theater, visual arts and media for K-12 public education across the state. The standards, effective in July, will also enable educators to integrate the arts into core classes.

    Santa Fe New Mexican
  • NGA

    January 26, 2018

    external resource from National Gallery of Art, NGAkids App for iPad, CD, or Mac/PC Download

    The NGAkids app contains eight interactive activities inspired by works in the collection of the National Gallery of Art, plus a sketchbook for freehand drawing. The app includes portrait, landscape, still-life, and collage activities, as well as several sections related to abstract art. Fun for all ages.

    National Gallery of Art
  • NGA

    January 26, 2018

    external resource from National Gallery of Art, NGAkids Art Zone CD or Mac/PC Download

    NGAkids interactives are no longer playable online through a web browser. Please download the Art Zone program to your computer or order a free CD. The program contains 17 popular interactive activities for children of all ages: 3-D Twirler, Brushster, Collage Machine, Cubits, Dutch House, Faces, Flow, Jungle, Mobile, Paintbox, Pixel Face, Photo Op, Places, Sea-Saws, Still Life, Swatchbox, and Wallovers.

    National Gallery of Art
  • art21

    January 19, 2018

    external resource from Art21, Apply Now for the New Year of Art21 Educators - Information and Application Now Available

    Art21 is pleased to invite K-12 teachers to apply for the upcoming year of Art21 Educators. Art21 Educators is a year-long professional learning community that brings together teachers from all subject areas interested in using contemporary art and Art21 films as resources for innovative teaching and learning across subject areas. Teachers are invited to apply from across the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The 2018-2019 program combines a six-day summer institute in New York City (July 6-11, 2018) with participation in a virtual community and monthly online meetings that build on the momentum of the summer institute (August 2018-May 2019). Visit the Art21 website for additional information about the program, including FAQs, and a link to the online application. Applications must be received by Monday, March 19, 2018.