Creative experiences that challenge students to observe, articulate, reimagine, and take risks help build their confidence and leadership capacity. Art can be used to develop new approaches to student leadership, while being fun for students. In “Art-Infused Student Leadership Projects,” panelists discussed how to develop leadership qualities in students through art activities.
In this webinar, Crayola Education Director Cheri Sterman and Art Education Specialist Melissa Hayes will explain how to use art-integration as a teaching strategy that aligns with subjects across the curriculum.
Education leaders know the impact art has on student achievement and engagement. Our challenge is to convince others. Presenters Cheri Sterman and Shauna Kauffman will share insights on how art impacts learning and how to articulate key messages for effective art advocacy.
Explore how art and literacy are intrinsically linked and enrich each other. Participants will read children’s artwork, decode the drawings and paintings for meaning, and use the art as a springboard for many types of writing—descriptive, persuasive, expository, poetry, and narratives.
Learn how the 4 C’s—Connections, Commonalities and Comparisons, Citizenship and Communication, and Cultural insights—are key to global understanding.
In this webinar, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of why collaboration is a 21st century skill and how to foster a stronger creative, collaborative school culture.
Art is a language—in fact it’s children’s first written language and the only universal language that communicates across the globe, regardless of what tongue people speak. Today we live in the “visual age.” Art and design are even more important skills to develop than ever before, as we prepare students to communicate in all sorts of new media. Art-infused education helps students visually communicate thoughts and feelings.
This webinar encouraged educators to explore how art and literacy are intrinsically linked. Webinar presenter, Cheri Sterman, Crayola Director of Education, discussed the new National Art Standards and showed how closely they align with the Language Arts standards.
How you begin a unit of inquiry can make or break participation, engagement and student motivation to learn. In this webinar for the LMC @ The Forefront community, author Leslie Maniotes shared 5 engaging ways to get you off to a great start for opening guided inquiry units.
You don’t necessarily need the newest, shiniest gadget to engage kids. In this edWeb.net edTech Innovators webinar, librarian and tech guru, Todd Burleson, Resource Center Director at Hubbard Woods Elementary at Winnetka, IL, discussed how he used Peter Reynolds’ book, The Dot, to inspire creativity and teach his students in his K-4 school about Braille alphabets, Morse code, splatter painting by Jackson Pollock, and pointillism by Seurat and Lichtenstein.