As art teachers are heading back to school, nothing is certain, but art can pave the way by supporting students as they navigate a whirlwind of new emotions, environments, and protocols. Here, you will find resources to support you so that you can focus on the most important part of your job: supporting your students.
The support you need may vary throughout the year.
Choose the option closest to your current situation:
For teachers who are in the building teaching their students face-to-faceExplore
For teachers who are teaching their students completely via online learningExplore
For teachers who are alternating between in-person and online models and/or participating in both models simultaneouslyExplore
In this moment of global crisis, the world’s need for art has become even more crucially important. Strategies for cultivating creativity, ways to get students engaged, and opportunities for self-expression and nonverbal communication are the tools needed to endure this seemingly impossible time. Throughout history, art has shown the world the resiliency of the human race.
If you’ve ever felt tired of the faulty reasoning that “art is fluff” or had to advocate for your program’s legitimacy, this is your moment.READ: A LETTER FROM CEO DEREK BALSLEY
While not much feels certain at the moment, there are ways to provide consistency for your district no matter how the landscape changes over time. To support students with a dependable learning experience, your district can save up to 20% off FLEX and/or PRO when adopted for multiple years.