Ep. 410 - Storytelling, Art History Facts, and Student Engagement
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
1d ago
Kyle Wood is back on the podcast today, just ahead of his first articles being published on the AOEU Magazine next month! He joins Tim to talk about what he will be writing, and of course they can't pass up an opportunity to tell some of their favorite stories and share some of their favorite facts about art history. Listen as they discuss upside-down paintings, famous forgeries, getting students excited about art, and--of course--Kyle's Arts Madness tournament for 2024. Resources and Links Six Seedy Parts of the Art World Art Educators Love to Teach Learn About Kyle's Arts Madness Tournament ..read more
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Ep. 409 - The State of Art Education 2024
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
1w ago
Every year, AOEU surveys art teachers from across the country and around the world to capture the current issues, trends, and topics in art education. After data is collected from thousands of art teachers, the annual State of Art Education survey is published in the AOEU Magazine. The 2024 report was published on Friday, and Amanda Heyn and Lindsey McGinnis are on the podcast to discuss the results! Listen as they talk about the most interesting insights from the survey, their own top takeaways, and how teachers everywhere can use the survey to advocate for their art rooms and their programs ..read more
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From the Archives: Finding Joy in Teaching This Year
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
2w ago
After the NOW Conference and a presentation that highlighted the joys we find in teaching, it is time to revisit this episode from the archives to ask: Are teachers able to find joy in their jobs again? Kandice Stewart joins Tim today to answer that question--and many others--as well as talk about how we can be more intentional in our teaching. Listen as they also discuss creating and working with your students, helping others find joy, and what we gain from being reflective educators. Resources and Links Choosing Joy with Daniel Bryant Using Art to Create Joy and Inspire Others How to Priori ..read more
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Ep. 407 - The February Mailbag: Hoarding, DoorDashing, and Teaching Fibers
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
3w ago
Straight off the NOW Conference, Amanda and Tim are back with another mailbag episode! After a very quick recap of their trip to Dallas for the conference, they dive into a bit of advice for a retiring teacher. The conversation continues with a conversation on DoorDashing supplies to your classroom, some good lessons for third graders, and a quick chat on their favorite parts of teaching fibers. If you have a question for a future mailbag episode, email podcasts@theartofeducation.edu or leave a voice recording at 515-209-2595. Resources and Links Ideas for bringing fibers into your curriculum ..read more
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Ep. 406 - 2024 Winter NOW Conference Preview
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
1M ago
With the 2024 Winter NOW Conference just days away, Janet Taylor joins Tim to talk about how they put the conference together, their excitement about everything coming with the event--including featured presenter Devon Rodriguez--and how teachers can make the most of their professional learning on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Join us at the NOW Conference on February 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, where we will share three days of PD that will have you inspired and excited for the rest of the school year!  Resources and Links Listen to presenter Jen Leban talk about Creativity Challenges Using Tech ..read more
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Ep. 405 - Creativity Challenges Through Technology
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
1M ago
Jen Leban is back on the show today to talk about her favorite creative challenges that can be found in Adobe Express and preview her upcoming NOW Conference presentation! Listen as she and Tim discuss making connections and creating challenges with tech, some of Jen's favorite projects with drawing and animation, and opportunities for learning and creating for both teachers and students.  Resources and Links Getting Creative with Tech Listen to one of Jen's previous podcast appearances Find all you need to know about the NOW Conference ..read more
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Ep. 404 - Collaborations Across the Campus
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
1M ago
Ahead of the 2024 Winter NOW Conference (which is now just 3 weeks away!), presenter Meera Ramanathan comes back to the podcast to preview her upcoming presentation on collaboration. She talks with Tim about the benefits students get from collaboration, how we can get even our youngest students involved in collaborative projects, and what it's like for her students to have the opportunity to work with a visiting artist. She also shares ideas on how the community can be involved in these projects and how schoolwide projects can bring excitement to your campus. Resources and Links Find Meera on ..read more
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Ep. 403 - The January Mailbag: Distracted Students, Resolutions, and Interview Season
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
1M ago
Amanda and Tim are back with another mailbag episode to ring in the new year! Before getting into New Year's resolutions, they begin by talking about their break and why Amanda is so relieved that "all supplies are included" at her kids' origami class. The conversation continues with advice for teachers who struggle with student distractions, a discussion on elementary attention-getters, and some talk on the upcoming interview season and next month's NOW Conference. If you have a question for a future mailbag episode, email podcasts@theartofeducation.edu or leave a voice recording at 515-209-2 ..read more
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From the Archives: The Psychology of Creativity
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
2M ago
In this episode from the archives, Andrea Slusarski is here to talk to Tim about the psychology of creativity! Though we all teach it in the art room, the research into the psychology behind creativity runs deep. Listen as Slu explains a lot of this research, shares some great food analogies with Tim, and offers advice on how we can help kids develop and demonstrate their own understanding of what it means to be creative.  Resources and Links Challenges to Foster Creativity Cultivating Creativity in Our Students Listen to Slu on being a teaching artist and how you can love watercolor ..read more
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From the Archives: Can We Find Time to Balance Everything?
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
2M ago
In this episode from the archives, Tim is joined by elementary art teacher Laura Irmis to discuss if and how we can find the time to do everything that is expected of us as art teachers. Laura shares how she is making it work as a teacher, artist, mother, and graduate student. Listen as she discusses all of that with Tim and they both share thoughts on prioritizing, scheduling, and their love of ceramics.  Resources and Links Listen to the Everyday Art Room episode on Creating Time for Yourself Take a look at the Studio: Painting-Watercolor course See all of AOEU's Graduate Courses Check ..read more
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