Best Practices for Teaching Art Online
Teaching online is a challenge that educators across the country are learning to address. To support the unique needs of art educators, Davis has created a handout, “Best Practices for Teaching Art Online.”
In the handout, we cover the four key categories listed below and provide tips and inspirations to support each one:
• Keep it simple
And, we know there’s no shortage of things you must do but when you have time, check out these other great ideas and videos we found. They might provide even more inspiration for teaching online.
- 3 Tips for Humanizing Digital Pedagogy
- Educators Say Good Morning to Students—Via Video
- 7 Ways to Maintain Relationships During Your School Closure
- What Teachers in China Have Learned in the Past Month
- Three Strategies for Better Online Discussions
- Communicating with Students Effectively During Online Learning
- Transitioning to Online Learning: Pro Tips on What You Need to Know
From Colorín Colorado: A bilingual site for educators and families of English language learners
- Making the Connection: Communicating with ELLs and Their Families During School Closures
- Distance Learning for English Language Learners: Privacy Considerations
- School Responses to COVID-19: ELL/Immigrant Considerations
From Education Week
From WIDA: World-Class Instructional Design and Assessment (for grades K–12 students who are English Language Learners)
- Teaching Art Online Under COVID-19 - NOTE that this article is directed to college studio classes but may inspire you with some ideas for high-school studio classes.
Have you come across some great articles, videos, or tips for teaching art online? Please share your ideas here!
And don’t forget to check out our article with tips, inspirations, and how your free access to Davis Digital during the COVID-19 closures can help you and your students during these challenging times.