The structure of high school level art courses can vary from place to place. In some districts, they are organized by media type, like Drawing I or Advanced Ceramics. In others, they are organized by levels such as Art I & Art II. Either way, common threads of curriculum are evident from class to class. […]
Here is another sample page from Ande Cook that was sent out with SchoolArts magazine several years ago. The page "Expressive Line" challenges students to imagine everything a line can do. I wrote up a brief sub lesson for this worksheet explaining everything the teacher should do to help students understand this exercise. Here is Ande Cook's book Art Starters that a lot of these worksheets from SchoolArts are originally from.
In the article Opening a New Art Room: An Art Teacher’s Cheat Sheet with K-5 Art Educator Allison Krook, we discussed everything you would want to consider when opening a new art room. Today, we are going to continue the conversation and discuss another hurdle to overcome when starting from scratch, supplies! When you inherit an art […]