This school year has been unlike anything I have ever experienced. I had to reinvent my way of teaching art on the fly as the world was turned upside down. Just like you probably did as well. Listen to my interview.
Today marks 140 days of staying home. My husband and I haven't gone anywhere. I literally saw cobwebs on my car the other day when I went into the garage. I have so much to say on the topic of reopening schools. My summer has been filled with anxiety. I've had nightmares. I watch the data, listen to the experts, and read research on COVID-19. We need to take this pandemic seriously. There is too much we don't know about the long-term effects of this disease but there is enough known to be alarmed.
I had the honor of being interviewed for the Jiffy Pop Podcast towards the end of summer. I talked about my take on creativity, how we learn from failure, and how making art brings me joy. See theshow notes to learn about the projects and hashtags we discussed. Thanks to Todd and Jen for including me in your podcast!
Andrew McCormick, one of the hosts of the Art of Ed Radio program, interviewed me on how we incorporate STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) into our art program at Dryden Elementary. We chatted for about 20 minutes.
Listen here or read the transcript
This week on the aRTs Roundtable we discuss how to expand your teacher reach outside the classroom. It starts with our students and their work. The sharing and communicating with other educators on a personal level, leads to many more opportunities for you and your students.
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I did a presentation about how expanding my teacher reach has impacted my students. This was made for the K12Online conference in 2012. You can view it here:
In this podcast I shared my thoughts on how small class sizes make a HUGE difference in art education as I reflected on the successes of my 6 student class last week.
I also mentioned my Edbacker project, my Donor's Choose project, and the student-created, art-related Fugleflicks that have been finalists (and winners) via Nextvista.
Last November I was honored with an invitation to be a regular contributor to
through the Edreach.us network. You can listen online, stream it through the Stitcher App on your phone, iPod, or iPad, or subscribe to it in iTunes. We share all our resources in the show notes. Click here to view. We would love to hear from you with your suggestions for topics or responses to our discussions.
aRTs Roundtable Hosted by music educator Carol Broos and supported by fellow arts educators Tricia Fuglestad, Brenda Muench, and Jennifer Kolze, The aRTs Roundtable discusses the innovative happenings within arts education.
We are the 2nd place winner of the ISTE Technology in Action Video Contest.
See my post for more info.
View our Entry for the What's Your Story
Internet Safety Contest
(Won the 2nd Place Prize)
View this musical tribute to the hard working teachers at Dryden and the students they love to teach.
Tricia Fuglestad, NBCT,
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