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  • January 7, 2019

    NAHS National Council

    Middle Level NAEA Members are invited to apply for the volunteer leadership position of Middle Level Member At Large on the NAHS National Council.

  • NPR Podcast Challenge

    November 20, 2018

    external resource from NPR, NPR Launches Podcast Challenge To Amplify Student Voices
    NPR Podcast Challenge

    Beginning January 1, 2019, teachers and students across the country — with help from the audio experts at NPR — will be able to turn their classrooms into production studios, their assignments into scripts, and their ideas into sound. NPR's Education Team is providing training materials and resources — how to use a smartphone to record audio, how to conduct an interview, audio storytelling tips and tricks — for both teachers and students. To help classrooms get started, NPR will also share suggested, but not required prompts, along with a set of criteria that judges will use to pick winning podcasts.

    NPR
  • 2019 NAHS/NJAHS Juried Exhibition CFA

    October 22, 2018

    NAHS/NJAHS Juried Exhibition
    2019 NAHS/NJAHS Juried Exhibition CFA

    The Call for Artwork for the 2019 NAHS/NJAHS Juried Exhibition is now open! Submission deadline: EXTENDED to December 5, 2018, 11:59pm ET.

  • October 14, 2018

    Design Interest Group (DIG)

    NAEA Interest Group

  • September 30, 2018

    Youth Art Month (YAM)

    The Youth Art Month Program emphasizes the value of art education for all children, encourages support for quality school art programs, and promotes art material safety.

  • June 11, 2018

    2018 NAHS/NJAHS Juried Exhibition

    Virtual Gallery

  • PhiDeltaKappan

    June 7, 2018

    external resource from Phi Delta Kappan, Call for Submissions: Phi Delta Kappan - March 2019 Issue - Rethinking the Curriculum. Deadline: December 1, 2018 
    PhiDeltaKappan

    In this issue, we take a close look at the K-12 curriculum, asking which subjects, content, and skills are most essential for students to learn, when, and at what depth? From the 1894 report of the Committee of Ten to 2010’s Common Core State Standards, what have been the major influences on curriculum design? Today, do the nation’s young people pursue a coherent course of study, or is the curriculum something of a mishmash?

    Phi Delta Kappan
  • makers

    May 9, 2018

    external resource from School Library Journal , Tips for Creating Makerspaces for Teens
    makers

    Teenagers may be more engaged in makerspaces when given more autonomy over learning, some library media specialists say. Professor Sandra Hughes-Hassell also suggests creating a sense of shared ownership, in part, by referring to makerspaces as “our space" or "your space.”

    School Library Journal
  • edutopia

    April 24, 2018

    external resource from edutopia, Tips to Keep Middle-schoolers Excited about STEAM
    edutopia

    Methods for teaching science, technology, engineering, art and math can change significantly from elementary to middle school, writes Kamalisha Green, an after-school programs director. In this blog post, Green offers tips to help preserve excitement about STEAM in middle school.

    edutopia