Ep. 353 - 2023 Winter NOW Conference Preview
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
5d ago
The Winter NOW Conference is just 3 days away! Amanda Heyn joins Tim today to talk about their preparation for the conference, their excitement about everything coming with the event, and how teachers can make the most of their professional learning on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Join us at the NOW Conference on January 27th, 28th, and 29th, where we will share three days of PD that will have you excited and ready to finish the school year strong! Resources and Links Listen to Tim's interview with featured presenter Andrea Beaty Find all you need to know about the NOW Conference and the ..read more
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Ep. 352 - Challenges to Foster Creativity
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
1w ago
Ahead of next week's NOW Conference, Kristina Brown joins Tim to talk about her upcoming presentations on creative challenges and her favorite photographic processes. Listen as they discuss how students respond to different creative challenges, what kinds of skills can be developed, and how challenges can help collaboration and build a sense of community.  Resources and Links Follow Kristina on Instagram and Twitter See Kristina's website Creativity Exercises for Every Level Find all you need to know about the NOW Conference and the 1-credit course ..read more
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Ep. 351 - An Interview with Andrea Beaty
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
2w ago
Andrea Beaty—author of Rosie Revere, Engineer, Iggy Peck, Architect, and Aaron Slater, Illustrator—joins Tim on today's podcast ahead of her appearance as the featured presenter at the NOW Conference. Listen as she talks to Tim about creativity, nurturing talent, the importance of STEAM, and the vital role that art teachers play each and every day.  Resources and Links Explore more about Andrea Beaty See Ada Twist during Storytime From Space! Find all you need to know about the NOW Conference ..read more
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From the Archives: The New Year's Mailbag
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
3w ago
With AOEU just finishing its winter break, Tim digs into the archives to start the new year with an old mailbag. In this episode from 2020, 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 ideas on 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 ..read more
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From the Archives: Connecting with the Community
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by The Art of Education University
1M ago
With AOEU on its winter break, Tim has pulled an excellent episode from the archives that was hosted by Candido Crespo. Teachers are always looking for ways to connect with their communities, and today's episode will give you a plethora of ideas on how to do so. Candido is joined by Levar Robinson to talk about understanding and being a part of the community in which you teach, how to connect with families, and how to help students bring art to the spaces around them.  Resources and Links Follow Candido on Instagram and Twitter Follow Art by Levar on Instagram and Twitter Art Ed Radio Ep ..read more
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Ep. 348 - Making Time for Studio Courses
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
1M ago
After Tim's previous episode with AOEU academic advisers Juana Meneses and Jenny Borel, a number of listeners wanted to know more about AOEU Studio Courses. So today, Dr. Alyson Pouls joins Tim to share her experiences as both an associate professor and a student taking a course. Listen as they discuss the benefits to your personal work, how to find the balance you need, and the joy that comes with creating work and connecting with other art teachers. Resources and Links Listen to the earlier episode with Juana and Jenny See all of AOEU's Graduate Courses Take a look at Studio: Printmaking ..read more
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Ep. 347 - Getting Creative with Tech
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
1M ago
Jen Leban is back on the podcast today to share her thoughts on technology, creativity, and why teachers don't need to be scared when it comes to learning new tech! Listen as she and Tim discuss the state of social media and how we make connections there, Google Draw and other free tools, and Jen's upcoming presentations at the NOW Conference in January.  Resources and Links Follow Jen on Twitter Listen to one of Jen's previous podcast appearances Find all you need to know about the NOW Conference Fill out the form Tim mentioned about Joy in Teaching ..read more
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Ep. 346 - What Do You Want From Your Art Teacher Community?
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by The Art of Education University
1M ago
Tim talks today about the various art teacher communities that we take part in, and what each of these different communities can offer us. Listen as he discusses finding connections both in-person and online, how those connections can help our teaching, and what an ideal art teaching community might look like. Resources and Links Fill out the form Tim mentioned about Joy in Teaching Finding Your Art Teacher Community The Importance of Professional Connections ..read more
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Ep. 345 - Building a Bottle Jack Press
Art Ed Radio
by The Art of Education University
2M ago
Josh Chrosniak returns to the show today to discuss how he built a printmaking press in his classroom. Using an automotive bottle jack, and following videos, resources, and instructions, he created a machine that can be used for a variety of printmaking processes. In this episode, he tells Tim how it was built, everything he uses it for, and encourages teachers to build one themselves.  Resources and Links Read Josh's article about building the Bottle Jack Press See the plans and the video for building a press Listen to Josh's last appearance on the podcast Check out the Elementary Print ..read more
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Ep. 343 - Living Into Gratitude
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by The Art of Education University
2M ago
After last week's episode on wellness, Tim extends the conversation this week as Chelsea Fleming joins the show to talk about how we can live into gratitude. Listen as Tim and Chelsea discuss their shared disdain for gratitude journals, the importance of reflection, and why we should try to show appreciation and kindness to ourselves. Resources and Links Listen to Chelsea's last appearance on the podcast How to Take Care of Yourself and Avoid Burnout Read more about Susan Cain's Bittersweet Learn about Michael Bungay Stainer ..read more
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