SEL TEACHING LESSONS AND RESOURCES
Talking to Kids About Racism and Justice: a list for parents, caregivers & educators
Engaging Empathy: Lessons and resources for creating connections art, literature, history, and social justice issues.
EMERGENCY CLOSING/REMOTE TEACHING LESSONS AND RESOURCES
Here are some sites for lessons and online resources for remote teaching. As always please use the guidance from your administration, school policies, and your teaching expertise as to what is appropriate when setting up your lessons.
NAEA Remote Learning Toolkit: A new section to the Remote Learning Toolkit that houses guidance on preparing for the 20-21 school year, including disinfecting materials, organizing classroom kits/class packs, preparing for distance, virtual, blended environments, etc…
Member Martha Garcia shares her art lesson with NJTVLive
Take home 40 Art Challenges – Download this handout of 40 art challenges
American Art Therapy Association: Best Practices for Using Art Supplies Hygienically during COVID19 Outbreak
Flipped Classroom Lessons from teacher Carol Bowen:
Discovery K-12- Discovery K12 provides a complete online curriculum for pre-k to 12th grade. All main subjects are covered, plus extra-curriculum courses.
Paula Mclain– Lessons and ideas she compiled from other art teachers, institutions, etc.
Art Ed Guru– Covid19 Remote Teaching Resources
Art Prof is a free website for learning visual arts.
Twinkl.com have just made all their resources free for educators. Speak to your admin about it
Jules White- We have been E-Learning for 6 weeks now here in Hong Kong, and have at least another 6 weeks to go. You are welcome to have a look at my website, complete with videos, how-to instruction and galleries of student work.
The Art of Ed- COVID-19 Webinar
The New Jersey Association of School Psychologists developed resources for educators and parents on our website. Please click here to see those resources. We are also looking for more helpful resources to add as well.
GRID OF ART SITES: Ready to stay creative from the couch? Here is your guide to enjoying art at home! (courtesy of our friends at MAEA)