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In his first of two episodes as guest host, Candido Crespo welcomes art educator Paula Liz to discuss how we can center student voice in our classrooms. Listen as their conversation covers how we can provide opportunities for our young artists, why everyone needs to share their work, and the ways in which we can advocate for ourselves and our stude…
 
In today's episode, guest host Jonathan Juravich shares his love for all things cardboard. Kaitlyn Edgington (Art With Mrs. E) joins him to discuss the benefits and drawbacks of the material, its myriad of uses in the art room, and how simple materials can allow creativity to flourish. Resources and Links Find Art With Mrs. E on Instagram Creative …
 
Guest host Jonathan Juravich uses today's episode for a discussion with art teacher Cassie Fanning about SEL and teaching kindergarten. Listen as they discuss the importance of play, how to be more fun and creative in your classroom, and how we can teach our kindergarteners to be part of a community. They also take the time to share a long list of …
 
In today's episode, Nic takes the opportunity to say goodbye. After two and a half years, and hundreds of episodes, she is stepping away from Everyday Art Room. In today's episode, she spends time talking about her own life, where she goes for help, and what feeds her own soul. She also says thank you to a few people and shares her hopes for the fu…
 
In today's episode, AOEU Podcast Director Tim Bogatz joins Nic to share stories about their respective podcasts and talk about what happens behind the scenes while recording. They share some of their best stories, talk about their favorite episodes, and some of the guests they love talking to. But before all of that happens, Nic has a big announcem…
 
Debi West joins Nic on the podcast today to discuss her life as a retired-"ish" art teacher and how she stays involved in art education outside of the classroom. Listen as they cover the importance of mentoring, Debi's work with NAEA's Emeritus Art Educators group, and why art teachers should be collaborating no matter the stage of their career. Re…
 
On today's episode, Nic is joined by Nicole McAfoose to discuss the how and why of creating resources for choice-based teaching. Listen as they discuss how Nicole first started her journey to choice-based instruction, the resources she creates and shares, and the work she puts in to keep her YouTube channel going strong. Resources and Links Follow …
 
Today is the fourth and final episode in a series of Everyday Art Room podcasts that explore the national standards. Today, Nic gets a variety of voices to come on the show to talk about the Present standard. Listen as they discuss how students can meet the Present standard, how they can curate an art space, and the importance of sharing with peers…
 
This is the third episode in a series of Everyday Art Room podcasts that explore the national standards. Today, Nic gets a variety of voices to come on the show to talk about the Connect standard. Listen as they discuss how students can meet the Connect standard, why we should be utilizing personal experiences, and the importance of voice and choic…
 
This is the second episode in a series of Everyday Art Room podcasts that explore the national standards. Today, Nic gets a variety of voices to come on the show to talk about the Respond standard. Listen as they discuss how students can meet the Respond standard, the numerous activities that can be done in the art room to help students respond to …
 
This is the first episode in a series of upcoming podcasts exploring the national standards, and today, Janet Taylor joins Nic to talk about the Create standard. Listen as they discuss when and why the standards changed, how we can break them down, and why your teaching probably lends itself to meeting the standards more than you might think. Resou…
 
Nic always loves working with (and talking about) fiber arts. Today she is joined by Trixi Symonds, founder of Sew a Softie, for a wide-ranging conversation about teaching fibers to kids. Listen as they discuss Trixi's books, fostering a passion for art, and how to build community through sewing and fibers. Resources and Links View Trixi's Instagra…
 
Nic has been working with Special Olympics Minnesota recently to design a poster series that will be in elementary schools across the state. Today, she talks to Nick Cedergren and Katie Howlett about Special Olympics Minnesota, the importance of inclusion, and the goal of making activities accessible to all students. Resources and Links View Tess's…
 
Teaching kindergarteners is always a challenge. But what does it look like this year, when many kindergarteners are coming to you with no experience ever being in a classroom? Listen today as Nic and Lindsey Moss talk about helping fine motor skills and foundational art experiences, as well as Lindsey's new "1-2-3, A-R-T!" YouTube series. Resources…
 
As social and emotional learning becomes more important in our classrooms, many art teachers have started to explore art therapy. In today's episode, Nic talks to art therapist Caroline Tye about what art therapy is, what it is not, and what art teachers need to know about the practice. Resources and Links View the Art Therapy Basics PRO Pack Bring…
 
As art teachers, it is important for many of us to try to find a creative outlet. In today's discussion, Nic talks to Heather Levine about how she manages a jewelry-making business with her full-time teaching position. Listen as they discuss the joy of artmaking, the business side of being an artist, and the difficulty of finding a balance between …
 
Last week, Nic explored the AOEU Master's Degree with Dr. Alyson Pouls. Today, we will hear from three AOEU alumni about their experiences earning their degree. Listen as Holly Shedden, Heather Anderson, and Kendra Berg about their journey to the Master's Degree and how what they have learned has affected their teaching. Resources and Links Learn a…
 
Over the next couple of weeks, Nic will be exploring the AOEU Master's Degree on the podcast. Today Nic welcomes on Dr. Alyson Pouls, an associate professor and academic advisor, to talk about the Master's program. Listen as they discuss what to expect when entering the program, how research is conducted, and some tips for making your graduate expe…
 
So many teachers are looking for extra opportunities, especially during the summer. In today's episode, Nic welcomes on Amanda O'Shaughnessy to talk about her Studio Art Club and the opportunities it affords her. Listen as they discuss diving into new mediums, working with adult learners, and how Amanda is trying to find balance with everything on …
 
In this episode from the archives, Yaz Gate joins Nic to share her own story, including her experience teaching refugees, tapping into your joy, and helping foster creativity in your students. Yaz shares the idea that we all have the power to create, and with our creations, we all have the power to share our stories. If you want to hear more from Y…
 
One of the most valuable times for us as educators is the time we have during the summer. And the break that has come this summer is so necessary for so many of us after the year of teaching we all experienced. In today's episode, Nic talks about how she is healing this summer as well as taking advantage of the opportunities that have been presente…
 
The NOW Conference--coming up on July 29th--is always a great day of professional learning. In today's episode, Nic gives you a preview that comes directly from the presenters themselves. Listen as a handful of teachers from across the country tell you about the topics they are passionate about, why you should learn about them, and the best ways to…
 
The NOW Conference--coming up on July 29th--is always a great day of professional learning. At times, however, it can present you with an overwhelming amount of information. That is why Nic is excited for the conference guide that is coming this summer! Listen as she discusses the guide, how to use it, and why sketchnotes are always a good idea whe…
 
Social media can play a powerful role in the way we connect and collaborate as art teachers, allowing us to share ideas, build them out, and make them our own. In today's episode, Nic discusses how ideas can develop, how we influence each other, and how we learn from what other teachers post. Listen as Nic tells the story of how a single lesson has…
 
In today's episode, Nic welcomes on Jonathan Juravich. Jonathan is an elementary art teacher from Columbus, Ohio, and the host of AOEU's newest podcast, The Art of SEL. Listen as they discuss the role of social and emotional learning in the art room, the importance of SEL concepts, and how they play into Jonathan's discussions on the new podcast. R…
 
In today's episode, Nic again solicits advice from expert teachers around the country--this time on the topic of mindfulness. No matter where you are in your school year, it can be helpful to bring some calm to your classroom. Listen as Nic shares ideas and listens to ideas from a number of teachers on mindfulness practices that work well in the ar…
 
In today's episode, Nic again solicits advice from expert teachers around the country--this time on the topic of mindfulness. No matter where you are in your school year, it can be helpful to bring some calm to your students and your classroom. Listen as Nic shares ideas and takes suggestions from a number of teachers on mindfulness practices that …
 
Cassie Stephens, the former host of Everyday Art Room, returns to the show today to join Nic and catch up on everything that has been happening this school year. Listen as they talk about Cassie's new mobile classroom she developed, the book she self-published, and the support teachers need in order to be successful. And toward the end of the episo…
 
We always feel great when we go above and beyond as teachers, but we know--especially right now--that going above and beyond is not always feasible. Sometimes--oftentimes--we need to go back to the basics. Listen today as Nic talks about the building blocks of a good curriculum, and how she helps students develop the basic skills that will set them…
 
Once again, Nic enlists some help from teachers across the country to talk about how they are teaching art on a cart this year. Listen as multiple teachers tell us about the setup of their carts, the logistics they have worked through, their best advice for those teaching on the cart, and so much more. Resources and Links Listen to Part 1 of this p…
 
After a short reflection on current events and the difficulties of this school year, Nic enlists some help from teachers across the country to talk about how they are teaching art on a cart this year. Listen as multiple teachers tell us about the setup of their carts, the logistics they have worked through, their best advice for those teaching on t…
 
One of the hardest things for teachers to do is to give students wait time. But that pause--that wait--can be a powerful tool in learning and self-discovery. In today's episode, Nic talks about the power of the pause and how it helps her students when sewing, when discussing art, and when learning in all different ways. Resources and Links Jack Ric…
 
We all know that everything in our classrooms and our schools looks different this year, and our art shows are no exception. So how can we solve the art show problem? A virtual art night! In today's episode, Nic talks to Karen Nall about going online for her art night while still building community with students and families. Resources and Links Fo…
 
We hear so much about collaboration, but what does it look like in practice? How can we successfully work with our colleagues to develop quality lessons? In today's episode, Nic shares her story (and some colleagues share theirs) about how they developed lessons, how they brought those lessons to students, and how they overcame the challenges of al…
 
As art educators, we want to create a learning environment where every student feels included, valued, and encouraged. The desire to create a positive experience--and an inclusive art room--helps drive everything we do. In today's episode, Nic talks about some of the simple ways she creates a more inclusive classroom and the role that language play…
 
This time of the year is always difficult for students, even in non-pandemic times. Which makes it the perfect opportunity for teachers to break out the exciting tools and mediums that will engage their students. Listen as Nic discusses her favorite mediums to motivate kids, some great lessons she teaches, and why she thinks teachers might need a l…
 
After a couple of weeks away, Nic makes her return to the show today to talk about one of her very favorite topics, sketchnotes. Listen as she discusses how her approach to sketchnotes has changed over the years, why she still wants her students taking notes, and why the concept is so valuable in her classroom. Resources and Links Listen to other e…
 
In today's episode, guest host Sarah Krajewski talks about her own experience investigating identity and how that learning can transfer to the classroom. Listen as she discusses how to approach the topic, what she hears in her classroom, and how we teach our students that everyone is more than simply what you see. Resources and Links Listen to othe…
 
In today's episode, guest host Sarah Krajewski welcomes on Caitlyn Thompson to discuss perseverance and how we can stay resilient through the end of this very challenging school year. Listen as they talk about how they deal with loneliness and negativity, how they draw positivity from their students, and how we can be successful through the end of …
 
We all handle grief in different ways, and we have all been touched by loss in different ways in this past year. In today's episode, Nic talks about loss in her own life and why she needs to briefly step away from the podcast. Resources and Links Listen to other episodes of Everyday Art Room How to Support Others Right Now This Year Isn't What We S…
 
Classroom management is pivotal to having a successful classroom, but teachers don't always realize its importance when it comes to teaching art. In today's episode, Nic talks about her struggles as students return to in-person learning. Listen as she discusses resetting rules, re-establishing routines, and expectation corrections. Resources and Li…
 
Today, Nic tells her story of what it has been like to teach with a mask on during the pandemic. Listen as she reflects on the year, shares some strategies that have worked for her, and talks about some ideas that have benefitted her students in more ways than one. Resources and Links What We Have Learned in 2020 How to Support Others Right Now Thi…
 
In today's episode, Don Masse joins Nic to talk about teaching during the pandemic and how kids can still work together. Listen as they discuss ideas for digital collaboration, why kids need to experiment and create, and Don's upcoming presentation at the NOW Conference. Resources and Links Follow Don on Instagram and Twitter Read Don's blog that h…
 
In today's episode, Nic welcomes on Daniel Bryant, an art teacher from Charleston, South Carolina. Daniel explains how and why he always chooses joy, and how that shapes his teaching and his worldview. Listen as he and Nic discuss joy, reconciliation, and the projects he develops for his students. Resources and Links Follow Daniel on Instagram and …
 
With a couple of weeks to process, it is time to look back on the lessons learned in 2020. In today's episode, Nic tells her story of the past year--both the highs and the lows--and reflects on the lessons she learned. She also takes a look at what we might take with us (and what we might leave behind) in the new year. Resources and Links What Teac…
 
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work for AOEU? In today's episode, Director of K-12 PD Amanda Heyn joins Nic to discuss her work behind the scenes at AOEU. They talk about leaving the classroom, continuing artistic pursuits, and the new positions available at AOEU. Resources and Links Learn all about AOEU See the positions available…
 
With the recent announcement of AOEU's newest graduate course, Studio: Graphic Design, Nic wants to share her interest and find out more about the course. Today, she welcomes on Dr. Theresa Haugen, one of the course's instructional designers. Listen as they discuss the importance of design thinking, the beauty that can be found in graphic design, a…
 
In today's episode, Nic shares her methodology for designing a quality lesson, from beginning to end. She discusses how she incorporates creativity to her lesson planning and why she loves the problem-solving aspect of developing a new lesson. Listen for her advice on working with standards, cross-curricular planning, and why you should put yoursel…
 
In today's interview, Nic is joined by Keisha Casiano, an elementary art teacher from the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Keisha shares her inspirational story about her learning disabilities and how she has communicated through art her entire life. Listen as the discussion covers learning strategies, being an advocate, and building relationships with your…
 
Today, Jordan DeWilde returns to the show to share with Nic how his year has been going and what ideas have been working for him and his students. In this wide-ranging conversation, they discuss the importance of engaging students through contemporary art, the joy of animation, and how we can continue to help each other via social media. Resources …
 
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