Author: Stacey Peters

The Benefits of Drawing

Why is drawing important in education? Adding some drawing to your curriculum, whether you are an art teacher or classroom teacher can benefit students in

Social-Emotional Learning in Art

Your art class is more than increasing skills and making pictures. When your students come to you, they have a place to express their emotions

Sketch Note Tips for Teachers

What are Sketch Notes? Sketch notes are visual notes where lines, symbols, icons, frames, bullets, and other visual elements can organize and structure the page.  

A boy leaning, on one hand, looking up in the air. He is writing with the other hand and looks lost in thought. The text says, "Art Assessments with Writing".

Getting Students to Self-Assess in Art

How Do You Get Students to Self-Assess? Sample Assessments with Writing Using Smiley Faces In the first sample, students self-assess by coloring in the smiley faces using

I Statements for Kids in School

How to use I Statements for Kids Teaching and modeling “I” statements for kids is critical to creating a safe learning environment. I statements help

Black background with a big dice in the middle. The dice has the five spots shown on the side facing us. The text says, "Virtual Dice Roll".

Dice Roller Simulator

  Dice Roller Simulator Use this dice roller simulator for Expressive Monkey’s Roll & Draw pages or any other game where you need to roll

 

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