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The Importance of Collaboration
Why Collaborate in the Art Room 1:37
The Benefits of Collaboration 1:32
The Three Types of Collaboration 1:47
Tips for Successful Collaborative Experiences 4:30
Best Practices for Collaboration
Collaborative Roles and Their Importance 3:45
Allowing for Self and Group Evaluation 2:05
Simple Steps to Help Students Collaborate
The Easiest Ways for Students to Work Together 3:38
Beginner Collaborative Projects
Teacher-Directed Group Project 3:52
Student-Directed Collaborative Projects 2:30
Working Together Across Classes
Working with Other Classes 1:49
Working with Other Disciplines 2:01
Collaborating with Other Schools 2:22
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
2 PD Hours
1 Discover why it’s essential to include the 4C of collaboration in the art room.
2 Learn best practices for getting students collaborating seamlessly.
3 Explore simple activities and projects to get collaborative efforts started immediately.
Whether your goal is to organize stress-free collaborative group work or create a more student-centered collaborative environment, this Learning Pack will help you find ways to embrace collaborative projects and activities within your current curriculum. Learn why collaboration is so essential to the art room while picking up tips and tricks to get collaborative experiences underway with ease. Collaboration will soon become a staple in your daily instructional strategies!
Art Ed PRO Director
Tracy currently serves as the Art Ed PRO Director for the Art of Education. Before working for AOE, Tracy taught middle school art for 14 years in central Minnesota. In her classroom, she focused on deepening 21st century skills by encouraging her students to practice critical thinking, solve open-ended problems creatively and work together to produce, connect, and share their artwork.