This is may absolute favorite beginner high school art lesson. Middle and high school art students can be their own worst critics. If I had a dollar for every student that came to me saying they “just can’t draw” before we even attempted our first project, I would be rich.
This art lesson is one of my favorite high school art projects because it is so simple and builds the foundation for everything we do for the rest of the year. People are often most impressed by drawings with good shading because adding value to an object makes them appear
This middle or high school art project inspired by Neurographic Art is super fun, engaging, and simple to teach. It will be a great addition to your middle or high school art curriculum. Because it requires no previous art skills, it can be done as the first art lesson of
Teaching beginners how to draw starts with teaching them how to see differently than they always have. Learning to see both positive and negative space in art is important for getting ready to draw realistically. Our human brains are conditioned to take in only the information we need to survive
How to Grade Artwork and Record Daily Progress in Art with Padlet This post will talk about how to grade student artwork more efficiently using Padlet, the power of tracking student progress daily in art, and how using Padlet can help boost productivity and motivation in the art room. Do
Why do I Need a High School Art Class Syllabus? Every art teacher strives to create an atmosphere of positivity and an environment that encourages all students to try their best with integrity and pride each day? We all want our students comfortable and confident taking risks and finding joy
The quote really resonated and made me reflect on my own high school experience. I think we have all had that one teacher that made us feel special and and effortlessly captivated the class. It wasn’t the teacher with the best theatrics, it was the one who had that