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Get Creative With Our New Course for Art Teachers!

Picture this scene–you’re at a neighborhood BBQ, and someone says, “Oh, you’re an art teacher! What form of art do YOU practice?” Your mind goes blank, because you can’t remember the last time you picked up a paintbrush, clay, or textiles to make something for yourself. You respond, “Uhhh, I practice Kindergarten through 5th…” Does this sound familiar? Then our new course, 5225: Creativity Reboot for the Art Teacher’s Classroom, is just what you need!

With inspiration from Austin Kleon’s book Keep Going: 10 Ways to Stay Creative in Good Times and Bad, the course will guide you in reclaiming your own creative practice, while developing strategies to foster students’ creativity, too. Click on the interactive slides below for a sneak peek into our first course designed especially for PreK through high school art teachers!

With opportunities for choice, reflection, and nurturing your own creative practice embedded throughout the course, art teachers will emerge renewed and ready to infuse classroom instruction with creativity…whether you’ve been teaching art for one year or thirty-five! Explore course 5225: Creativity Reboot for the Art Teacher’s Classroom to learn more and register today.

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Creativity Reboot for the Art Teacher’s Classroom

Course 5225 | 3-Credits | Gr PK-12+
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Topics: Arts, Courses

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