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Best Teachingart podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Teachingart podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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This podcast is dedicated to empowering you to embrace teaching art with works of art. Each episode will dive deep into different aspects of teaching art - from passionate art teachers sharing their work, to mini trainings on art appreciation strategies that you can use in your classroom, to conversations about the highs and lows that come with being a teacher. Come back each week for an informative interview with an amazing art teacher!
 
Help for the Homeschool Art Teacher! Whether you accepted the title reluctantly or you're excited to take it on, being an art teacher can feel overwhelming. What should you teach and how should you teach it? Where will you find the supplies and the time to plan it all? Don't worry, you're in the right place. Welcome to the “Anyone Can Teach Art” podcast from Ridge Light Ranch. I am confident that, no matter what your background is, YOU can teach art! I’m Julie Abels, an artist and art curric ...
 
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What happens if you need to teach art on a cart this school year? Due to new social distancing guidelines or budget cuts, or a combination of both, many art educators are facing the reality of teaching from a cart. In today's episode, Kit Lang joins Tim to share her best tips and tricks for teaching from a cart, as well as what she's learned from h…
 
As we begin the month of July, teachers are starting to worry about finding a job for the fall. Today's episode is for those teachers who are still applying, still interviewing, and still trying to get hired. Amanda Heyn, AOEU's Director of K-12 PD, joins Tim to share her best advice and best ideas for getting hired. Resources and Links Getting Hir…
 
What does it look like to have difficult conversations in our art rooms? How do we work with our students as they take on the topic of race in their artwork? Today's episode is the second part of a conversation about how we address race in the art room with guests Lena Rodriguez, Jenn Russell, and Dr. Wynita Harmon. Resources and Links Listen to Pa…
 
What does it look like to have difficult conversations in our art rooms? How do we work with our students as they take on the topic of race in their artwork? Today's episode is part 1 of a conversation about how we address race in the art room with guests Lena Rodriguez, Jenn Russell, and Dr. Wynita Harmon. Resources and Links Download: 17 Black Ar…
 
With all that is happening in the world today, teachers everywhere are beginning to do the work to educate themselves on issues of race. In today's episode, Tim welcomes Rev. Dr. Christopher Carter and Dr. Seth Schoen to discuss their research and teaching on race, issues we should be aware of as educators, and how we can educate ourselves on race …
 
In this interview from the Call to Art Unconference, Dr. James Rolling Jr., NAEA's President-Elect, discusses his role and vision for the newly created commission on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. In addition to supporting systemic changes, we discuss how teachers can create a classroom culture that supports connection, communication, conversati…
 
With all that is happening in the world today, teachers everywhere are reflecting on their curriculum and doing the work to make their classrooms antiracist. A small step we can take is to show the work of more Black artists in our classrooms. In this episode, Tim discusses seventeen of his favorite living Black artists that you should know. Resour…
 
Whether you are teaching in person or working with students via distance learning, virtual museum tours are a great way to engage your students and incorporate art history. In today's episode, Tim shares 5 tips to help your students make the most of their virtual museum experience, as well as 5 suggestions for museums to visit. Resources and Links …
 
Closing down the art room for the year was a unique and difficult experience this time around. As Tim discussed last week, teachers and students everywhere are missing out on their last pieces of learning and their final goodbyes. Today, Abby Schukei joins Tim to talk about what we missed out on this year, how we can make the most of our summers, a…
 
With schools closed everywhere, this end to the school year is unique. And difficult. Teachers and students everywhere are missing out on their last pieces of learning and their final goodbyes. In this episode, Tim shares some of his thoughts on wrapping up the year, what we can do to help ourselves and our students, and ideas for the summer and fa…
 
With so much happening right now, some teachers wouldn't dream of working on professional development. Other teachers have already begun to dive in. Today, AOEU's Director of K-12 PD, Amanda Heyn, joins Tim for a conversation on the best time for professional development. Listen as they discuss summertime PD, improving your teaching, and how you ca…
 
With distance learning still in full swing, teachers are finding that it's becoming more and more difficult to stay connected with our students and keep them engaged. Today, however, Jenn Russell comes back to the show to share some of her best ideas on how to connect with students from a distance. Resources and Links View all of AOEU's resources t…
 
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 hel…
 
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 o…
 
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 AOE…
 
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 …
 
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 wee…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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 m…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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 s…
 
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 s…
 
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 Ins…
 
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 Be…
 
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, wh…
 
Art is the perfect subject to battle xenophobia. The fact that we even call it ‘Non-Western’ art points to how ingrained Western bias is in art education. An entire planet’s worth of cultures and artistic traditions are defined by what they aren’t instead of by what they are. The only way to change the paradigm is to do the hard thing, the right th…
 
In this episode, Cindy comes to the realization that exposing students to works of art is not for the end goal of "appreciation." It is much, much bigger than that. Where is the passion, the delight, the wonder, the heart-pounding experience with art? Where is the feeling in your heart, that drop in your gut, that makes you a CHANGED PERSON? Let's …
 
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…
 
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