A fun and energetic look at the world of art education.
Ep. 361 - The March Mailbag Episode
21:27After a flood of messages coming into the inbox, Tim is answering listener questions in this mailbag episode. Listen as he talks about March Madness and Arts Madness, AP portfolios, book recommendations, and how careful teachers should be when it comes to their digital footprint. Resources and Links You can find one-day lessons in Tim's first podcast, second podcast, and in FLEX Curriculum Find the book Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow Check out Kyle Wood's Arts Madness
Ep. 360 - Management Strategies for Kindergarten
26:34Ishel Brimhall is back on the podcast to discuss some of her favorite management strategies for Kindergarten classes and all of her younger students. Tim wants to know how those strategies might be adaptable to work with older students. Listen as they discuss those adaptations, how we grab and hold students' attention, the best ways to organize supplies, and why just about every teacher has to deal with students eating supplies. Resources and Links Listen to Ishel's previous appearance on the podcast Read Ishel's article on Effectively Managing 30-Minute Kindergarten Classes Find more from Ishel
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Ep. 359 - More Ideas for ChatGPT and the Art Room
27:37After an incredible response to last week's episode on what ChatGPT can do in our classrooms, Amanda Heyn joins Tim once again to continue the conversation. They share some of their own experience and ideas, as well as a number of suggestions from teachers across the country. Listen as they discuss drawing prompts, artwork descriptions, assessment ideas, and more! Resources and Links Listen to last week's episode Try out ChatGPT for yourself An interesting discussion on ChatGPT in the Classroom 19 Ways to Use ChatGPT in Your Classroom
Ep. 358 - What Should You Know About ChatGPT and the Art Room?
42:14Artificial intelligence (AI) seems to be everywhere, and it is slowly making its way into our classrooms. Currently, the most popular and powerful AI chatbot is known as ChatGPT, and its escapades have been all over the internet. But what can ChatGPT do in our classrooms? Should we be excited? Should we be worried? Amanda Heyn joins Tim today to discuss all of these questions and more, including the benefits and consequences of using AI, how teachers might be able to use the tool, and some of their own experiences with the chatbot. Resources and Links Try out ChatGPT for yourself An interesting discussion on ChatGPT in the Classroom 19 Ways to Use ChatGPT in Your Classroom
Ep. 357 - Using Glue to Enhance the Art Room
17:55AOEU writer Mariana VanDerMolen is on the podcast for the first time today to discuss a couple of her recent articles, including one on setting goals and one on a variety of uses for glue in the art room. Listen as she and Tim discuss some new ideas for glue, its many possibilities, and why Tim might eventually become a glue stick believer. Resources and Links Read Mariana's articles on glue and goal-setting See all of her articles Check out her Day in the Life episode on Youtube Follow Mariana on Instagram
Ep. 356 - Engaging Students with Art History
28:44Kyle Wood is back on the podcast to talk about his upcoming 'Arts Madness' tournament, and he and Tim share some of their favorite ideas on how to get students engaged with art history. Listen as they discuss the importance of engagement, some of their favorite strategies to help kids make connections, and how to help students think critically about the art they are seeing and creating. Resources and Links Find everything you need to know about this year's Arts Madness tournament Follow Kyle on Twitter Listen to a previous episode with Kyle on gamification Find Tim's podcast on 17 Black Artists to Know
Ep. 355 - Bringing Theater Into the Art Room
24:15In today's episode, Tim welcomes elementary art teacher Ishel Brimhall to the show to talk about how she utilizes her theater experiences in the art room. Listen as they discuss the connections between the performing and visual arts, how theater activities can benefit our art students, and specific projects that have helped Ishel's students find success. Resources and Links 3 Ways to Incorporate Theater Techniques in the Art Room 3 Ways to Bring Together Dance, Drama, and the Visual Arts Help Your Students Dig Deeper with the Drama Notebook Find more from Ishel
Ep. 354 - Introducing Froebel's Gifts
24:18Of the many presentations available in the NOW Conference After Pass, one that stood out to a lot of people was from Ruth Byrne discussing Froebel's Gifts. Today, she joins Tim to talk about Froebel's Gifts and how she utilizes them with her youngest students. Listen as they discuss where she first learned about the gifts, how she introduces them in her classroom, and what her students can learn when working with them. Resources and Links Follow Ruth on Twitter Understanding Froebel's Gifts Implementing Froebel's Gifts A quick reminder to check out the 1-credit course if you attended NOW
Ep. 353 - 2023 Winter NOW Conference Preview
26:02The Winter NOW Conference is just 3 days away! Amanda Heyn joins Tim today to talk about their preparation for the conference, their excitement about everything coming with the event, and how teachers can make the most of their professional learning on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Join us at the NOW Conference on January 27th, 28th, and 29th, where we will share three days of PD that will have you excited and ready to finish the school year strong! Resources and Links Listen to Tim's interview with featured presenter Andrea Beaty Find all you need to know about the NOW Conference and the 1-credit course
Ep. 352 - Challenges to Foster Creativity
22:17Ahead of next week's NOW Conference, Kristina Brown joins Tim to talk about her upcoming presentations on creative challenges and her favorite photographic processes. Listen as they discuss how students respond to different creative challenges, what kinds of skills can be developed, and how challenges can help collaboration and build a sense of community. Resources and Links Follow Kristina on Instagram and Twitter See Kristina's website Creativity Exercises for Every Level Find all you need to know about the NOW Conference and the 1-credit course