Welcome to the home of the new IAEA webinar series. We are proud to provide our members with relevant and helpful art education content, reaching every large city and small town in Illinois. As a bonus, all webinars are free to members and most are eligible for PD hours.
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Thursday, September 7th, 7:00 pm
Screening Your Rubrics:
Creating Valid and Reliable Digital Rubrics with Exemplars
0.5 Professional Hours Available
Come attend to review what qualifies a rubric as a valid and reliable form of assessment, what it means to construct meaningful rubric criteria, and how to make an enhanced digital rubric with multiple Web 2.0 features! Turn the headache of assessment in the visual arts into an ally for both your and your students. Rubric framework examples provided for download to help get you started for the new school year!
Nicholas Leonard is a current Art Education doctoral student at Northern Illinois University with a focus in assessment and technology. He graduated from Hope College with a BA in Art Education in 2012. After graduation, Nicholas taught K-6 art at Grandville Public Schools in Grandville, MI for three years. During that time Nicholas attended and graduated with honors from the University of Nebraska at Kearney in 2015 where he received his Masters in Art Education. He currently has presentations scheduled in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Iowa, as well as team lead and technology consultant responsibilities in the Michigan Model Arts Education Instruction and Assessment Project.
Wednesday, September 20th, 7:00 pm
Make it Then Move it: Mixing Physical and Digital Art
0.5 Professional Hours Available Pre-registration Required
What if students made a robot painting, then made it blink, flash, and flutter as an Animated GIF? What if students made a painting of their bedroom then entered it with the magic of green screen? What if students made themselves into a superhero then watched it come to life as a hologram? Mixing physical and digital art will expand your curriculum, give students the opportunity to explore new media, and demonstrate learning dynamically. 200 (and growing) list of STEAM art lessons: https://www.smore.com/tgcne-steam-art-lessons
Tricia Fuglestad, NBCT, K-5 art teacher from Dryden Elementary School in Arlington Heights, has a masters in K-12 technology integration. She has been recognized for her innovative teaching in 2010 with the PBS Teachers Innovation Award, won Illinois Art Teacher of the Year in 2011, awarded Teacher of Distinction in 2012 by the Golden Apple Foundation, received Western Region Elementary Art Teacher of the Year 2013, selected to become a Jacobs Educator 2014-15, and was presented with the NAEA Art Technology Outstanding Community Service Award in 2016. Blog: http://drydenart.weebly.com/fugleblog Twitter: https://twitter.com/fuglefun
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Wednesday, October 4th, 7:00 pm
What You Need to Know About Teaching Students Who Have Experienced Trauma
This webinar will present information to help you recognize students in your class who may be dealing with trauma. Signs and symptoms of trauma will be discussed as well as current neurological research. In addition, examples of art activities that are aimed at encouraging relaxation will be provided along with occupational therapy techniques that may help students succeed.
Evelyne Tardy, NBCT, has a BS of Fine Art and a Masters in Art Education and Art Therapy. She taught nine years at Iroquois West High School, and is in her fifth year at Cunningham Children’s Home in Urbana, Illinois, where she works in a residential setting with special education students who have severe emotional and behavioral issues stemming from multiple traumas. Evelyne has recently conducted workshops on teaching children with trauma including using mindfulness. She has been a member of IAEA since 1998, serving on the board as Youth Art Coordinator and the Finance Manager.
Coming soon . . . Instruction with New Illinois Art Standards
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