I love the Grid Drawing technique! Okay, just had to get that out there. These printable worksheets are ideal for cover or sub lessons and my students love doing them! Grid drawing is, I think, fundamental to improving confidence and skills in art. Used correctly, the grid method is fantastic for helping students to concentrate, […]Read more "Grid Drawing Worksheets for Art Lessons"
Peer and self assessments; whole class evaluations; formative and summative assessments; teacher feedback; exit tickets; quick checks; verbal feedback… The list of ways for art students to receive feedback or evaluate their artwork can seem endless (and sometimes confusing) but these learning activities are critical for engaging and purposeful art lessons. Without succinct feedback, time […]Read more "Fun Assessment Ideas for Art Lessons"
Thinking about how to use technology in the classroom has never been more important and that’s no different for us art teachers! Despite assumptions by some that students can just ‘draw a picture’… I have found that using technology in the art classroom can be a fantastic way of engaging boys too. I’m really into […]Read more "VR in the Art Classroom (with Google Cardboard)"