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One of the strongest ways to create Arts Advocacy for your program is by collaborating and working with the community that you live in. In this Webinar session, Nic Hahn will talk about how she asked for community members to be part of her classroom. As art teachers, we know the powerful learning that takes place every day in our Art Studios. We know the process of problem-solving, the high engagement from students, and the authentic experiences that we create for our students. Learn how Nic invited her community to be a part of the magic in the classroom and start thinking of how you can tailor a similar experience for your classroom as well.
Nichole Hahn (or Nic Hahn) has been a Visual Arts teacher for 17 years and taught students as young as preschool on up to adult learners and every level in between. She has taught in the Midwest, Wisconsin, and Minnesota and currently teaches at a K-7 school in Otsego, Minnesota. Nic has a passion for continuing education so she has taken courses highlighting educational theory and the Visual Arts since. She has also been able to be part of “The Art of Education” team, working as an online instructor and well as filming and sharing presentations on their website. She has been a member of NAEA since her student chapter at Stout and recently, was honored with the Minnesota Art Educator of the Year 2018 Award. Find Nic Hahn online at MiniMatisse.blogspot.com, Twitter (@MiniMatisse), and Instagram (@MiniMatisseArt). [/vc_column_text][/vc_accordion_tab][/vc_accordion][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][/vc_column][/vc_row]