Art Ed with Emily Valenza

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Art Ed with Emily Valenza
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My curriculum engages students in a study of art history, aesthetics, critique, and studio art: emilyjanevalenza.com
 
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Help students practice composing imaginary landscapes using a variety of common hand-drawn elements and unique cloud shapes with their scientific names! Don't forget to download my free template so you can customize your own version.
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Student self-assessment reflection activity that is excellent to use as a resource for teacher guidance, communication, and report card writing or parent teacher conferences. I use these assessment forms for my 3rd-6th grade students mid-year and
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This is a great beginner clay lesson that you can do with air dry, fired, or polymer clay. I've included hand-drawn diagrams that show how to pull details from a ball of clay, and how to illustrate chanchitos for handmade cards. Kids love the cute
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Easily create your own "Roll A _____" sheets that are great for early finishers or as a substitute plan. Find elements in your favorite artworks to help students examine the pieces more closely and experiment with new styles. Expand on this by
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Emily began her studies in Kindergarten as a studio artist but quickly changed her mind in first grade, realizing that education was her fated field. Since then she has been teaching art in her own quirky and enthusiastic way to colleagues and students in community centers, public, and private schools. She believes that everyone can be an artist and that being an artist in today's world means that you are constantly changing, challenging ideas, and inventing new ways of seeing and doing things. New methods of creating art are being discovered every day so there is no better or more exiting time to dive in than NOW! She graduated Penn State in 2003, with a degree in Art Education, and a minor in East Asian Studies. Emily is certified to teach art PreK-12 in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts and is the Arts Department Coordinator at Kingsley Montessori School in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Challenging, experimental, and silly with inspiration taken from Montessori philosophy.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS Art Education, Pennsylvania State University, 2003

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