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The Podcast for Art Teachers

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  • Ep. 216 - The Quarantine Mailbag with Andrew McCormick

    Ep. 216 - The Quarantine Mailbag with Andrew McCormick

    28/04/2020 Duração: 32min

    This week is the return of Art Ed Radio's former co-host, Andrew McCormick! Now that he has some time on his hands, he joins Tim for a mailbag episode. Listen as the guys discuss quarantine activities, distance teaching, and the importance (or not) of professional development during this time.  Resources and Links View all of AOEU's resources to help with distance learning Avoiding Burnout and Practicing Resilience AOEU's Newest Graduate Course: Teaching K-12 Art Online Check out the Art Ed NOW Conference!

  • Ep. 215 - Choose Your Art History Quarantine House

    Ep. 215 - Choose Your Art History Quarantine House

    21/04/2020 Duração: 26min

    In this week's episode, Tim has decided to make the topic a little bit lighter. He brings on Lena Rodriguez to talk art history and their favorite artists to hang out with in quarantine. Listen as they discuss Maya Lin, Frida Kahlo, and more, as well as the power of giant portraits and how Tim can learn to love bling. Resources and Links View all of AOEU's resources to help with distance learning Follow Lena on Twitter and Instagram Using Weekly Art History Challenges How to Connect Your Students to Contemporary Art

  • Ep. 214 - Why We Need to Talk About Mental Health

    Ep. 214 - Why We Need to Talk About Mental Health

    14/04/2020 Duração: 35min

    We should talk about mental health on a more consistent basis, but that fact has become more important as we spend more time away from each other. In this episode, Tim welcomes Jen Leban on to share their stories about dealing with mental health and discuss why it needs to be a more regular topic of conversation.  Resources and Links View all of AOEU's resources to help with distance learning Follow Jen on Twitter Read Jen's writing on mental health Jen is one of the founders of ResetEDU

  • Ep. 213 - Making Online Learning Engaging

    Ep. 213 - Making Online Learning Engaging

    07/04/2020 Duração: 24min

    We know how difficult it is to make connections with our students right now, but one important way we can connect is to make online learning more fun! In this episode, Lindsey Moss joins Tim to share some of her best ideas for online meetings, including Pictionary, scavenger hunts, and more. Resources and Links View all of AOEU's resources to help with distance learning. Watch last week's Coronavirus webinar. Read Lindsey's article on making meetings fun.

  • Ep. 212 - Helping Yourself and Your Students

    Ep. 212 - Helping Yourself and Your Students

    31/03/2020 Duração: 30min

    As we continue to settle into this new normal, we learn more about everything we will need to deal with moving forward. Today, Tim is joined by AOEU writer Sarah Krajewski to discuss mental health, ideas for distance learning, and the power of positivity.  Resources and Links View all of AOEU's resources to help with distance learning Watch last week's Coronavirus webinar. Read Sarah's article on recording videos for your students.

  • Ep. 211 - Managing Life at Home During School Closures

    Ep. 211 - Managing Life at Home During School Closures

    24/03/2020 Duração: 31min

    Our art teaching is in a state of upheaval right now, as schools everywhere close because of the Coronavirus. Before you can find success teaching, however, it is important that you have your life at home in order. In today's episode, AOEU's Director of K-12 PD Amanda Heyn joins Tim to talk about everything needed to take care of yourself and your family. Resources and Links AOEU's Coronavirus Resources Page The 99PI Episode that Tim recommended

  • Ep. 210 - Surveying the State of Art Education

    Ep. 210 - Surveying the State of Art Education

    17/03/2020 Duração: 24min

    Every year, the Art of Education University conducts a nationwide survey to take the pulse of the art education world. Today, Tim talks to AOEU Senior Editor Megan Dehner about the 2020 State of Art Education survey and its results. Listen as they discuss their biggest surprises, biggest concerns, and reasons to be optimistic about the state of art education. Resources and Links The State of Art Education 2020 See the results from previous years: 2018 and 2019

  • Ep. 209 - How Might the Coronavirus Affect Our Classrooms?

    Ep. 209 - How Might the Coronavirus Affect Our Classrooms?

    10/03/2020 Duração: 25min

    With the Coronavirus continuing to spread and schools around the world being closed, it is time to discuss how these events might affect our classroom. Today, Tim talks to Libby Beaty, a teacher in South Korea whose school was recently closed. Listen as they discuss the adjustments being made by students and teachers, the technology that has been most helpful, and how you can still create a classroom community from a distance. Resources and Links Follow Libby Beaty on Twitter and Instagram See Libby's TikTok account Teaching Art Around the World

  • Ep. 208 - Working Toward a More Creative Classroom

    Ep. 208 - Working Toward a More Creative Classroom

    03/03/2020 Duração: 19min

    We talk often about how we want our kids to be more creative with their ideas, and how we can get them to think more creatively. But how do we foster that type of development? In this episode, Tim shares some of his best strategies for creative exercises and favorite ways to develop creativity in your classroom. Resources and Links Listen to Tim's podcast with Amber Check out the Creativity in Crisis Graduate Course PRO Learning Pack: Creativity Exercises for Every Level PRO Learning Pack: Teaching for Creativity Explore all of AOEU's Graduate Courses

  • Ep. 207 - Calming the Classroom Chaos

    Ep. 207 - Calming the Classroom Chaos

    25/02/2020 Duração: 21min

    Classroom management is the neverending challenge for so many art teachers. How do you help your kids find success when there is chaos everywhere you turn? Listen as Tim shares some of his best strategies for organizing your classroom, helping your kids learn (and remember) routines, and calm the chaos in your room. Resources and Links Keeping them in the Classroom (Ep. 113) How to Stay Sane with Oversized Classes (Ep. 103) Classroom Management PRO Learning Pack Why Meeting Your Kids at the Door is So Important

  • Ep. 206 - Soundtracking Your Art Room

    Ep. 206 - Soundtracking Your Art Room

    18/02/2020 Duração: 23min

    It is an age-old question in the art room . . . do you let kids listen to music while they work, or do you make them put their earbuds away? Today, Tim talks with Elizabeth Peterson from The Inspired Classroom about soundtracking your art room and ways to bring more music to your students. Listen as they discuss types of music, art projects related to music, and the best ways to introduce new music to your students. Resources and Links Take a Look at Elizabeth's website, The Inspired Classroom Access the download mentioned on how to introduce new music Join Elizabeth on her Inspired Teachers Facebook Page Read about The Music List in the art room

  • Ep. 205 - A Closer Look at FLEX Curriculum

    Ep. 205 - A Closer Look at FLEX Curriculum

    11/02/2020 Duração: 24min

    After the introduction of FLEX Curriculum last week, the response from teachers and districts has been overwhelming. So this week, it's time to dive deeper. AOEU's Senior Editor, Megan Dehner, joins Tim to talk all about FLEX. Listen as they discuss how the platform meets and adapts to teachers' needs, how to get FLEX in your district, and answer some of the most pressing questions about the curriculum. Resources and Links Take a Look at FLEX Curriculum! Get FLEX in Your School

  • Ep. 204 - Introducing FLEX Curriculum

    Ep. 204 - Introducing FLEX Curriculum

    04/02/2020 Duração: 23min

    It is a big day at The Art of Education University today, as we announce our newest offering--FLEX Curriculum. AOEU's Director of K-12 Curriculum, Cassidy Reinken, joins Tim to talk all about FLEX. Listen as they discuss how the platform meets and adapts to teachers' needs, and how FLEX helps them plan and deliver the perfect curriculum for their students.  Resources and Links Take a Look at FLEX Curriculum! Get FLEX in Your School

  • Ep. 203 - Art Teacher Hacks and Art Ed NOW Ideas

    Ep. 203 - Art Teacher Hacks and Art Ed NOW Ideas

    28/01/2020 Duração: 24min

    Today, Rachel Albert returns to the show to talk to Tim about her favorite art teacher hacks. Listen as they discuss some of her best ideas, favorite projects, and how to make your life easier in the art room. They also dive into the upcoming  Art Ed Now conference, where Rachel will be presenting once again.  Resources and Links Follow Rachel on Instagram Hacks to Make Your Teaching Life Easier Elementary Art Hacks (PRO Learning Pack) 7 Reasons to Go to a Professional Conference The Art Ed Now 2020 Winter Conference (use AEN2020 at checkout for a $20 discount!)

  • Ep. 202 - The Art of Bookbinding

    Ep. 202 - The Art of Bookbinding

    21/01/2020 Duração: 28min

    Today, Caitlyn Thompson (aka Coach T) returns to the show to talk to Tim about everything related to bookbinding. Listen as they discuss her favorite tools, favorite projects, and the best ways to bring bookbinding into your classroom. Caitlyn also gives a quick preview of her upcoming  Art Ed Now presentation.  Resources and Links Check out some of the artists mentioned by Caitlyn: Erin Fletcher, Dominic Riley, and Colin Urbina Supplies can be found here: Talas Online The North Bennet Street School The Art Ed Now 2020 Winter Conference (use AEN2020 at checkout for a $20 discount!)

  • Ep. 201 - Mantras, Murals, and Motivation

    Ep. 201 - Mantras, Murals, and Motivation

    14/01/2020 Duração: 21min

    The Art Room Glitter Fairy is back! Sarah Krajewski returns to the show to talk to Tim about everything she has been creating and teaching over the past few months, and together they preview the upcoming Art Ed Now Conference. Listen as they discuss mindfulness, painting murals, and how to make PD exciting and worthwhile. Resources and Links The Benefits of a Classroom Mantra 5 Mindful Activities for the Art Room Find Sarah on Instagram Check out the Art Ed Now Conference!  

  • Ep. 200 - The New Years Mailbag

    Ep. 200 - The New Year's Mailbag

    07/01/2020 Duração: 25min

    We are finally into the new year, and Tim is going to celebrate with a mailbag episode! Today, he answers questions from listeners on a wide range of topics, starting with New Year's resolutions. The discussion then moves into art history, deep cleaning the art room, and how to start the second semester right. Tim then closes out the show with a thank you for 200 episodes and sharing what inspires people to be better teachers. Resources and Links Goals for the New Year The Art Ed Now Conference The Art of Education University Master's Degree PD Goals for a New Year

  • Ep. 199 - Fiber Arts at the Secondary Level

    Ep. 199 - Fiber Arts at the Secondary Level

    17/12/2019 Duração: 28min

    In today's episode, Tim askes Amber Kane to come on the show to discuss Fiber Arts and how more teachers can incorporate fibers into their curriculum. Amber has a new PRO Learning Pack out this month, and in this conversation, she shares a few of her best ideas from that pack. Listen as she and Tim discuss why students enjoy learning fiber arts, where to find inspiration, and how simple ideas can transfer into bigger projects. Resources and Links You can see Amber's Advanced Fibers PRO Pack here How to Easily Infuse Fiber Arts Into Your Curriculum 10 Inspiring Fiber Artists You Should Know The Art of Education University's Studio: Fibers course

  • Ep. 198 - Inside the Studio with CJ Hendry

    Ep. 198 - Inside the Studio with CJ Hendry

    10/12/2019 Duração: 38min

    In this very special episode of Art Ed Radio, Tim is in the Brooklyn studio of artist CJ Hendry. CJ is best known for her hyperrealistic drawings of Pantone color chips, Rorshach blots, luxury items, and her installations that showcase those drawings. During this discussion, she talks with Tim about inspiration and creativity,  how we experience art, and the process behind creating her incredible drawings. If you would like to hear even more from CJ, she will be the featured presenter on February 1st at the 2020 Art Ed Now Winter Online Conference. Details can be found at artednow.com. Resources and Links CJ's Instagram can be found here. CJ's website is here. Read her feature in the New York Times. You can see CJ's full-length drawing videos on her YouTube channel. Learn more about the Art Ed Now conference. Women do see color better than men.

  • Ep. 197 - Simple Ideas for Getting Started with Digital Art

    Ep. 197 - Simple Ideas for Getting Started with Digital Art

    03/12/2019 Duração: 22min

    The possibilities available with digital art are endless, but it is sometimes difficult to know where to start. Tim welcomes Don Masse back to the show to talk about his best lessons and ideas for digital art. Listen as they discuss the best experiments to try with your students, the benefits of working digitally with your students, and the best way to balance digital and traditional work in your curriculum. Resources and Links Episode 009: No More Dead White Guys 8 Ways to Use Digital Drawing in the Art Room 6 Fun Ways to Experiment with Digital Drawing 10 Digital Artists You Should Know

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