Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day | Our Spotlight Book Recommendations by Indigenous Authors

Throughout the year, it is important to recognize the contributions, achievements and cultures of others. Not only does this promote diversity, but it also helps us learn a more comprehensive... Learn More


De-Mystifying Art Standards

There are few words that cause art teachers more stress than the word “standards”. Okay, maybe after the past year, “virtual” and “hybrid” might be up there, too – but... Learn More


The Aligned Art Teacher | Manifesting your Best Year

I know the challenges of teaching art well. As a vastly unprepared and inexperienced art teacher, I stepped in front of my first class with unbridled enthusiasm. I loved art... Learn More


Your World Art Curriculum | How to Make a Student Passport

Designing an art curriculum is the ultimate goal of an art educator. By selecting or creating lesson plans that fit your students needs, you are creating not just a schematic... Learn More


Teaching an Art Unit from Japan

Traditional Japanese art has been enjoyed for centuries and would be almost impossible to capture in a single art unit. In fact, Japan may have been the most challenging country... Learn More


Sparkler Spotlight! | Interview with Sparkler Carolyn Schroder

If there is one thing I have learned over the years as an art teacher it’s this: we rarely travel the same path in finding this energizing career. In The... Learn More


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A Special Look Inside Creative Juices: Our NEW Online Course for Art Teachers

I’ve taken a lot of time this past year to step back. To reflect on what’s important to me. To tap into what excites me. It’s been years since I... Learn More


Which Curriculum is Right for You?

Let’s not sugar coat it. 2020 has been a peach of a year. Art teacher’s everywhere have been asked to teach art via a computer (how weird has this been?)... Learn More


5 Sparkly Ways to Teach Art with Notebooks + Pencils

I’m about to say something that may raise an eyebrow– or two. Pencils and notepaper can be the great beginnings of an enriching art program. It’s true. You may not... Learn More


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