Interview with Kristina of Speech Unleashed
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by Artful and Educational
8M ago
Recently, we had the chance to chat with Kristina of Speech Unleashed, and learned more about what lifelong learning, creativity, and connectedness mean to her. Here is a description from Speech Unleashed’s website: Speech Unleashed envisions a mental health community in which therapists and clinicians are guided by their hearts as much as their minds, have the self-awareness and courage to do our own therapy when appropriate, avoid using the people they treat to meet their own needs or abuse their power, adhere to ethical principles, and treat all people with the dignity and respect they dese ..read more
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Interview with Emily of Pagecraft ELA
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by Artful and Educational
8M ago
Recently, we had the pleasure of talking with Emily of Pagecraft ELA. We hope you enjoy the reading the interview as much as we loved learning more about Emily’s work! Emily is the pair of hands behind Pagecraft ELA, and is currently a practicing English and Literature teacher in the UK as well as a content creator on TPT. Emily's been teaching for nearly 20 years, and before finally deciding that front-line teaching was her niche rather than leadership, she took on several whole-school faculty-leading roles and was a trainee educator mentor. She also marks and grades English GCSE exams for he ..read more
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Interview with Carla
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by Artful and Educational
11M ago
Recently, I had the pleasure of talking with Carla, a teacher and lifelong learner. Listen below to learn about Carla’s pursuit of learning and knowledge. About Carla Carla is a retired Head of Modern Languages with experience in Immersion, Extended and Core French.  She learned English as a second language as a very young child and continues to  be fascinated by languages and language acquisition to this day. (Since her retirement, she has had the luxury of renewing her passion for Old English. If you are also interested in OE, she highly recommends Dean Easton’s stellar online ..read more
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Empowered Creativity: The Theme for my Fall 2023 Courses
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by Artful and Educational
11M ago
Registration for my Fall 2023 courses is officially open!! I couldn’t be happier to share my new course offerings with the Artful and Educational community. Learning about art has been one of the greatest joys of my life, and I can’t wait to share that excitement with my new and returning students this Fall! The theme for this Fall’s season is ‘Empowered Creativity.’ I know that making art isn’t always easy, and requires a great deal of effort and care. That is why I am setting out to make sure that every decision I make in these Fall courses is guided by the idea of helping students feel powe ..read more
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A Mini Interview with Super Cool Nerd Mama
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by Artful and Educational
11M ago
Recently, I had a chance to talk with Super Cool Nerd Mama about her recent projects. Here is her bio, and below is our conversation! Enjoy! Super Cool Nerd Mama’s Bio: I'm a homeschool mama who believes in mixing it up with several subjects and learning styles blending together into our lessons. That dynamic is reflected in the resources and plans that I share online. Swing by my site (supercoolnerdmama.com) and shop (https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Super-Cool-Nerd-Mama) to check out the fun! Artful and Educational: Welcome, and thank you for taking the time to talk to me ..read more
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What To Look For When Hiring a Tutor
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by Diana Naccarato
1y ago
Whether you are looking for a tutor for your child or for yourself, it can be hard to know where to start. Here are my tips for finding a tutor that is a good fit for your needs. Ask about the highest educational degree the tutor has earned. Look for advanced degrees. Terminal degrees mean more expertise and a deeper understanding of the subject. For artists, this is the MFA. For other fields, it will be a PhD. Ask about prior teaching experience or certifications. Knowing the content is one thing, and teaching it effectively is another. A more experienced tutor will have a proven track r ..read more
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Curriculum Development: Deciding What to Teach
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by Artful and Educational
1y ago
One of the best parts of teaching is having the freedom to design our own courses. Of course, we need to teach within certain parameters such as departmental, state, or national core standards, but within these structures there is also a great amount of flexibility. We can shape our courses to suit our individual students’ needs and interests, while honoring our own areas of expertise. This can also be one of the most intimidating parts of being a new teacher or professor, so let’s jump in to some ways to make your curriculum designing period fruitful and even enjoyable. My tips below are spec ..read more
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Best Daylight Lamp for Artists
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by Artful and Educational
1y ago
I recently upgraded to a new lighting set up in my studio for painting, photographing art, and painting, and I haven’t looked back. I recommend the Godox Litemons LA200D. It was easy to set up, and features a dimming knob so I can adjust how bright I want the light to be. The color mimics daylight, making it perfect for painting and video demonstrations. With the softboxes on, the lights are a bit large, so if you are only working on a small desktop you might get away with smaller lights. Hope this helps! This post contains affiliate links, and I may earn a small commission for any purchases y ..read more
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6 Ways To Recruit Students For Your Art Classes
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by Artful and Educational
1y ago
If your business offers Art classes, you know that finding students is a top priority. It will take time to bolster enrollment in your programs. If you are coming from a traditional classroom teaching role, you likely have not thought much about enrollment, since the school places students in your classes. These ideas will help you innovate and attract more students so your business can thrive. Host Free In-Person Events. Even if you teach primarily online, in-person events are a wonderful way to engage with your local community and garner interest in your programs. Tailored Events. Before ..read more
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Printable Art For Your Classroom, Home or Office
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by Artful and Educational
1y ago
Are you looking for ways to improve the appearance of your classroom, office, or home? My affordable art printables are here to help! Beautify your classroom or office with my Printable Classroom Poster Art Bundle, which you can easily print from home or at an office supply store! All of these printable posters are my original artworks. This bundle includes: Floral Clouds Printable Art Looking - Printable Art Summertime Printable Art Powerful Energy Printable Art Flower Pattern Printable Art Printable Artwork Classroom Poster I hope you enjoy looking at this downloadable art as much as I enjo ..read more
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