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Teachers can inspire students by bringing the lives and works of contemporary artists into the classroom.

8 Living Artists Every Educator Should Know

8 Living Artists Every Educator Should Know About --Teachers can inspire students by bringing the lives and works of contemporary artists into the classroom.

The Top 10 Contemporary Artists to Teach Alongside Traditional Artists - The Art of Education

The Top 10 Contemporary Artists to Teach Alongside Traditional Artists (The Art of Education)

Could be adapted for highschool

: Second Year TAB Teacher Surfing the Studio Centers--planning sheet for students

Do you have a school-wide tool for critiquing art in ANY classroom as well as across the fine arts?  Grab this free resource from EC writer Typhani Harris

Art Critique in the Classroom - A Feedback Technique

Artistic Critique based on 21 st century learning/Blooms taxonomy. Do you have a school-wide tool for critiquing art in ANY classroom as well as across the fine arts? Grab this free resource from EC writer Typhani Harris!

Are you looking for some new contemporary artists to teach your students about? On the Facebook Art Teachers group, members suggested LOTS of contemporary artists that they teach their students. These are now all compiled into ONE HUGE LIST on Google Docs! I added websites and short descriptions to most of the artists so it … … Continue reading →

Huge List of Contemporary Artists

Art History Choice Board - GIve students 9 choices for a lesson using the multiple intelligences to differentiate learning- PDF Download of your own Art History Choice Board

Art History Choice Board - Give students 9 choices for a lesson using the multiple intelligences to differentiate learning

Grade-by-Grade Guide (Education at the Getty)

This grade-by-grade guide from the Getty provides visual arts lesson suggestions for students at different skill levels.

Another weird (rad) idea! A unique lesson for art history, art appreciation, or studio art students.

Another weird idea! A unique lesson for art history, art appreciation, or studio art students.

The Elephant in the Language Classroom - The key to learning is motivation.

The Elephant in the Language Classroom

Great tips on how BYOD policies, strategies, and "flipped" classrooms can connect students across the globe. via Edutopia

Art History Writing Your Students Will Actually Want to Do

Art History Writing Your Students Will Actually Want to Do (The Art of Education)