ONLINE RESOURCES

Beef up your lesson plan library, see how other educators are making it work, and get inspired!


Blogs

 

Enjoy the art and projects from our own Elementary Division Leader for TAEA, Mr. EHis blog offers great project ideas and classroom resources

Her outfits match her lesson plans--need we say more? Check out Cassie Stephens' blog for elementary project ideas, diy's, and maybe some outfit inspiration.

Meet Laura: an art teacher from Ohio with a passion for Elementary art projects! She's presented at The National Art Education Association Conference, and presents annually at the Ohio State Conference.

Developing Nicely is a stunning blog by Chris Francis, UK Art teacher and Senior Leader at St Peter's Catholic School, Bournemouth, England. The Blog contains thought-provoking articles that are illustrated with creative, contemporary student artwork. 

Meet Miriam Paternoster: an Italian art teacher in a Middle School of North Italy. Her blog is a place to share and explore lessons, educational systems and techniques, with other art teachers and classrooms around the world.

Meet Amy Zschaber: an award-winning Art teacher from the southern United States,  in 2015 her blog, Artful Artsy Amy, was voted the 2nd favorite Middle School Art blog by the Art of Education website.

 

Websites

 

Artsonia is the World's Largest Student Art Museum. Yet it's so much more than that! It's a free, safe, educational program for students and families, as well as a comprehensive resource for art educators.

 

The Art of Education not only promotes the idea of lifelong learning but actually makes it happen. Lifelong learning can only occur when continuous, connected, and creative content is delivered in an engaging fashion over a lifetime.

The National Art Education Association has a search engine packed full of art lesson plans. You can even filter your results based on content, audience, topics, and age!


Publications

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International Journal of Education & the Arts

The International Journal of Education & the Arts currently serves as an open access platform for scholarly dialogue. Our commitment is to the highest forms of scholarship invested in the significances of the arts in education and the education within the arts.

Aesthetica Magazine

A great resource of inspiration for AP Art Teachers to push their students! Aesthetica is a British art and culture magazine. Founded in 2002, Aesthetica Magazine covers photography, visual art, music, film and theatre. It has a readership of over 311,000 and national and international distribution. The magazine includes features on art, film, music and performance, highlighting notable new exhibitions around the world and showcasing photography.