Art classroom management
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Photo Source: coralvssalmon.wordpress.com We love what art teacher, Sunnylee Mowery, over at Coral vs. Salmon instituted to help manage behavior in her classroom. Selecting seven behavior goals for her students to work on - from entering the classroom quietly and raising hands to following directions and cleaning up work stations - she first created an anchor chart to display in the classroom as a visual reminder of appropriate behavior choices, then decided to take it a step further. In an…
Lauren Cochran saved to Classroom
We are enjoying our art room jobs this year. After thinking about the daily jobs that we do in the art room, I listed the six most frequent tasks. Last year I had a "helper table" that helped with everything that day. This year, I am giving each table a job to do each week. The color for each job stays the same for the entire week for all of my classes to make it manageable. If we are not painting, the table that would handle washing the brushes does "quality control". Otherwise, my job is…
Robbie Bellamy saved to Teach....don't Preach
I have to compiled a massive list of artworks for you to look at with your kids this year. Study art history and art appreciation for kids each week!
Kelli Sanders saved to Art lessons elementary
Who wants to spend Summer vacation in a hot, sweaty classroom? If you'd like to reclaim your personal time as your own, check out these 10 things to prep for Summer break. These art room systems will become a yearly routine to help you leave on the last day on time and prepped for the Back to School. | Glitter Meets Glue Designs
What to do with Fast Finishers in your Art Classroom - Teaching Strategies for Art Educators - Ms Artastic
Art Teachers, in your Art Classroom you’re always going to have students finish before the rest, fast finishers, so let’s take a look at some ideas or routines that you can build into your classroom so that students know what to do when they’re done so they don’t have to ask you and so that you don’t have to instruct them on what to do EVERY time.
Emily Wallace saved to Classroom Management
The Art room offers an extra set of challenges to teachers as students are no longer facing the front in rows and are often given more freedom.
Alissa (A2) Sauer saved to For My Art Classroom
How to Teach Classroom Routines and Procedures in a Fun and Engaging Way in Your Art Classroom | Teaching Strategies - Ms Artastic
Teaching students rules and procedures is a skill in itself. You have to learn to teach it and then reinforce them while doing it in an engaging way. In this article, I'll give you some ideas of how to teach your students your classroom routines and expectations in a fun and engaging way.
John Bridges saved to TPA
Likability is a key principle of SCM—because it makes building rapport effortless. It causes students to want to listen to you, please you, and behave for you. It helps make your consequences matter. Being disliked, on the other hand, makes classroom management far more ... Read more
Kimberly Sager saved to CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT