Teaching Through Art
A blog supporting high-quality art instruction with projects and pedagogy that are integrated with other subject areas, focus on diversity & inclusion, and offer students choice & autonomy.
When arts become the approach to teaching and the vehicle for learning, students meet dual learning objectives when they engage in the creative process and explore connections between an art form and another subject area to gain greater understanding in both.
Ms. Howland-Bolton tries out the project ‘Anthropomorphic Animals’ with her 5th grade classroom in Detroit, MI.
Ms. Headrick tries out the project ‘Me & My Monster’ with her 5th grade classroom in Raleigh, NC.
Mrs. D’Amelio tries out the project ‘Designing the Zodiac’ with her 1st Grade classroom in Anacortes, WA.
Ms. Lindstrom tries out the project ‘Embracing Challenges’ with her 3rd grade art-students in Rochester, NY.
Mrs. Leckie tries out the project ‘Artist, Explorer, Scientist’ with her 1/2 split Grade classroom in Canada.
Mr. Grossman tries out the project ‘Enchanted Lands’ with his 5th Grade classroom in Reno, NV.
Ms. Mousel tries out the project ‘Alebrijes’ with her 2nd Grade classroom in Reno, NV.