Learn easy ways to infuse art into classroom learning with this popular book that has now been completely updated and expanded into a second edition.
With more than 110 creative art projects in media that span traditional drawing to digital, plus tips, tools, and curricular resources, “The Art Teacher's Survival Guide for Elementary and Middle Schools” offers everything a teacher needs to know to present an effective arts education program.
Classroom teachers who want to include art projects as part of their content curriculum and art teachers looking for new ideas will find fresh inspiration in this exciting new edition. It features numerous new projects and draws on multicultural traditions, as well as including reproducible pages and providing detailed instructions with illustrations, links to content learning, and modifications for different ages.
Authoritative, practical, and user-friendly, this comprehensive guide is an invaluable addition to every K-8 teacher's basic classroom toolkit.
Helen D. Hume taught art for more than 30 years in the St. Louis, Missouri, area and currently serves as a teacher trainer/consultant to both private and public schools. Her students range from preschool through the graduate level, including apprentice teachers. She is a board member of the St. Louis Artists' Guild and the author of seven books in arts education, including “The Art Teacher's Book of Lists.”
Author — Helen D. Hume.
Paperback. 512 pages.