Your Favorite Bloggers to Present at the AOE Online Conference!
Bloggers are the glue that connect the “real world application” and theory of art education into one nice package of awesomeness! Bloggers are the face of art education and put themselves out there regularly sharing REAL triumphs and tribulations of the daily grind of teaching art. Many art teachers have a desire to connect with art ed bloggers beyond their blogs. Wouldn’t it be fun to learn from your favorite online ‘personalities’ in a more unique format? Now you can.
I am excited to share 4 amazing art ed bloggers who will be presenting sessions at our AOE Online Conference. In addition to sharing information and resources in variety of formats, they will be available live during their presentations to answer your burning questions and connect in ‘real time.’
Patty Palmer from Deep Space Sparkle
Art Techniques: How to Produce Great Art with Basic Supplies
Creating dynamic art projects doesn’t mean investing in expensive papers and paints. Using the basic three: paper, pastel and paint, you can create amazing art lessons for every elementary grade level. Watch as I show you my favorite budget art supplies and the techniques that makes them fabulous.
Mr. E from Art with Mr. E
Paying it Forward…Providing Student Teachers with the Best Experience
We have all been influenced by our cooperating teachers. Some have influenced us for the positive by their amazing skills, and others have shown us what not to do. These pre-professionals can be an amazing asset to your classroom if you are prepared to receive them. After 16 yrs of teaching, 10 student teachers, and countless practicum students, learn from my mistakes & successes on how to be the best cooperating teacher you can!
Cheryl Trowbridge from Teach Kids Art
Masterpiece Mosaics: A Collaborative Art Project for All Ages
This session will explore a collaborate art project you can do with any age level. It’s easy to set up, smooth to run, and the results are fabulous. The final pieces can be used for art auctions, community connections or to promote your art program. Collaborative projects can be daunting in the art room, and are often overlooked, however are an important way to teach 21st Century Skills in the art room. See how this can work for you!
Theresa Gillespie -from Splats Scraps and Glue Blobs
Using iPads in the Art Room
Using iPads in the Art Room Whether you have one iPad, a handful of iPads, or a whole class set, you can successfully integrate iPads to enhance your art curriculum. Explore ways to use apps to take artwork created in traditional material to a new level of creativity. Learn how to use iPads to help students add a language art element to their artwork. The iPads are great for collaborative projects. Group stop-motion animation is a breeze with the use of iPads. Perfect when you only have a small number of iPads to use in your classroom. See successes with a learn-do-teach cycle when using a limited number of iPads for a project in small groups. The possibilities are endless!
Bloggers are the celebrities of art education- Come meet and greet with us on June 25th!
The countdown has begun! - There are 16 more days to get EarlyBird pricing on the conference. But we aren’t done yet….More presenters will be announced in the coming weeks and we have’t even talked about the SWAG you will get… Stay tuned and Sign Up Today!