Texas has a little bit of a problem when it comes to art education, at least in high school, that is. For those of you unfamiliar with the Texas Essential … Continue reading Those limitations you’re reading are just perceived.
Artwork by Sarah Anderson So, I have spent the majority of this blog arguing for letting the students take control of their art making by getting rid of practices that … Continue reading The grade book is a monster that needs to be fed.
When I first started teaching, I approached sketchbooks the way I’m sure most teachers do. I would give students regular assignments with specific parameters and specific due dates. I quickly … Continue reading Authentic Sketchbook for Students(and maybe you too)
Artwork by former student Christen Gang There are countless articles floating around these days theorizing how Artificial Intelligence will displace the white-collar worker in the same way it has the … Continue reading The ROBOTS are coming! The ROBOTS are coming!
Thank you so much to all the teachers that made it to my session. I knew not everyone could make it, so I recorded it for you. Enjoy Presentation Video
I am so excited to head back home to Chicago and to speak at the NAEA conference. I have three different presentations on the schedule, so it should be a … Continue reading NAEA in sweet home Chicago
I am always amazed at the missteps that occur when we try to use technology for education. Districts will spend tons of money to buy apps and programs for students … Continue reading Finding sense in the educational tech craze