Preparing for School Year 2020-21

NAEA Remote Learning Toolkit

Remote Learning Toolkit_Teaching Tips

We know that in the midst of navigating the close of the school year during this unprecedented time, many educators are concerned about what classrooms will look like next year. Will teaching and learning be in-person, virtual, or both? How can we ensure safety and quality for our students and ourselves? While there are no one-size-fits-all answers to these questions, access to best practices, tools, and tips for plausible circumstances can help provide peace of mind during this period of uncertainty.

This series of resources was created BY visual arts and design educators, FOR visual arts and design educators and will continue to be updated and developed as we move toward the 2020-21 school year.

Tips for Returning to the Visual Arts and Design Classroom

Tips for Teaching Visual Arts and Design in a Distance Learning Environment

Find more resources in the NAEA Remote Learning Toolkit here.

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