NAEA20 Recorded Presentations

2020 NAEA National Convention

Don’t miss these sessions that were scheduled to be presented at the 2020 NAEA National Convention in Minneapolis, MN.

Click the links below to view, or download the NAEA20 Mobile App and filter sessions by the track “Recorded Presentation.” To get the NAEA20 Mobile App, visit the Apple App Store or Google Play store and search “NAEAConv”.


Handmade Brushes: Natural Inspiration for Sketching and Painting
Michele Rodich

We’re So Woke: The Amusing and Tragic Consequences of Neoliberalism on Art Teacher Education
Timothy Babulski

Asymmetric Play: Feminist Digital Arts Pedagogy and the Gendered Politics of Video Games
Luke Meeken

Teaching Modern and Contemporary Asian Art: A New Online Resource
Sharon Vatsky

Selfie, Adolescent Identity, and the Self-Portraiture
Hague Williams

Equitable Access for ALL…Our Printmaking Trunks Are on a Roll!
Tina Atkinson and Allison Ross

From Street Walls to School Halls: A Participatory Street Art Experience
Aaron Weber

Stop Motion Animation Made Easy!
Klair Hans

Sketchbook Frenzy
Melody Weintraub and Carrol McTyre

Surfacing Culture Through Art & Family Engagement
Julie Sawyer, Nicole Bastiaanse-Fritch, Shannon Gagne, and Cindy Parsons

Finding the Sweet Spot on the Pedagogy Continuum
David Modler and Eric Scott

Ready, Set, Go! Teaching Students Feedback and Evaluative Skills With Game-Based Strategies
Kerry Parrish and Aaron Cummins

Art Education Technology (AET) Pechakucha 2020
Debra Pylypiw

Do Not Be Afraid of Religious Art: Thinking Through and Resources for Art Educators
Marie Huard

Not Just a Few Clicks: A Multi-Media Photography Unit That Truly Engages
Marie Huard

Pop Culture Sculpture
Michele Rodich

Strategic Practices for a High School Choice-Based Studio Promoting Personalization
Pamela Ehrenreich

What’s in Your Suitcase? Art Immersion Through Parallel Crossroad Synthesis
Kerrie Bellisario

Art Education Technology (AET) Open Membership Meeting
Deb Pylipiw

Sustained Investigation and Creativity With Process Journals
Laura Grundler and Amy Semifero

Engaging and Empowering Your Own Artistic Practice Through Intuitive and Expressive Drawing
Christine LaValley

Make Art Then Make Art Move: Transformative Experiences With Transdigital Art
Tricia Fuglestad

Secondary Studio Learning for Ecological Awareness
Maria Letsiou

Developing Identity: Using Reflective Techniques as a Tool For Social-Emotional Learning
Mark LaRiviere and Anya Levkovich

Visual Journals: Multifaceted Approaches for Application
Michael Bell, Michael Dodson

Graphic Design: Beyond the Digital Implementing Fabrication to Connect School to Community
Nicole Mentjes

The Shared Meal: How my Artistic Practice Influenced my Teaching Practice
Lora Marie Durr

“Playing” Cards-Small Works of Mixed Media Art
Julia Lang-Shapiro

Digital Gets Dirty: Explore Digital Printmaking
Jeanne Bjork

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