Ian Sands

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The one project by far that I receive the most requests asking, "How'd you do that?" is the Post It Note Mural. In this lesson you will find images and a description of the process we used to complete these projects. There is also a link to a
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am an experienced arts instructor with an extensive background in both traditional art as well as computer graphics, animation and web design. I have worked with students of all ages and currently teach Art One and Art History well as Computer Art & Animation at Apex High School.

MY TEACHING STYLE

We all learn together...

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

• Nominated Teacher of the Year 2012 • NC Museum of Art; Art of the Auction 2011 • Art-On-The-Move Finalist, Raleigh, NC 2011 • United Arts Grant – Billboard Zonkeystreet.com 2010 • Art-On-The-Move Finalist, Raleigh, NC 2009

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Education 1989 School of Visual Arts, BFA Media Communications, NYC 1990 College of New Rochelle, Education, New Rochelle, NY

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Publications • “Beyond the Pencil” SchoolArts Magazine May 2012 • “How To Milk A Dinocow” Peak City Publishing 2011 • “Sticky Note Murals” SchoolArts Magazine March 2011 Presentations • “Transforming Curriculums with Engaging Ideas and Research-Based Concepts” NAEA National Conference NYC March 2012 • “Beyond The Pencil” NCAEA State Conference October 2011 • “The Why, What, And How Of Promoting Creativity Through Art Education” NAEA National Conference Seattle March 2011 • “Social Networking And Web 2.0 Tools” NCAEA State Conference October 2010

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