Look Between the Lines

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This worksheet covers all seven of the Elements of Art: Color, Shape, Form, Line, Texture, Space, Value. The front of each worksheet includes pictures and information about each element of art. The back of the worksheet is full of activities for
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This worksheet covers the Principles of Design. Each handout includes information on the front about balance, emphasis, unity, variety, rhythm, movement, repetition and pattern, and proportion. The back of each worksheet is full of activities for
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Regular sketchbook and visual journal acitivites are essential for good practice. This worksheet is a great introduction to Zentangles, or planned doodling. This step by step, printable worksheet shows the students how to make your own Zentangle
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This middle or high school art activity is a great way to introduce, and reinforce, the drawing and shading basics. This worksheet includes information about value scales, shadows, highlights, and finding the light source, shading along the
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This is what I use to teach my Introduction to Art courses every year. This bundle pack includes lessons, worksheets, and a lot more to fill every single day of a school year (can also be trimmed down to a semester long course). All you need are the
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Visual journals, or altered books, are a great continuous project for your art class. This art assignment is perfect for middle school or high school age students. The visual journals can serve as a weekly, monthly, or yearlong project. I teach this
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This middle or high school art activity is a great way to introduce, and reinforce, the drawing and shading basics. This worksheet is an in depth study of shading with hatch lines. On the front of the worksheet are examples of a hatch line value
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This worksheet pack covers all seven of the Elements of Art: Color, Shape, Form, Line, Texture, Space, Value. The front of each worksheet includes pictures and information about each element of art. Each worksheet is designed in black and white and
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This worksheet covers the Elements of Art: Line. It includes information on the front about different types of line, hatching versus cross hatching, and contour lines. The back of the worksheet is full of activities for the students to complete to
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This poster packet includes 8 brightly color, and easy to print posters. The printable posters measures 24"x36", or can be printed to an 11"x17", 8.5"x11" or taken to a printing shop to be printed full size. These poster cover the Elements of art.
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This middle or high school art activity is a great way to introduce, and reinforce, the drawing and shading basics. This worksheet is an in depth study of shading with cross hatch lines. On the front of the worksheet are examples of a cross
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This art worksheet covers the drawing basic, one point perspective. Students learn the definition of one point perspective, horizon line, and vanishing point through this worksheet. In addition, students learn how to use perspective techniques to
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This poster packet includes 10 brightly color, and easy to print posters. The printable posters measures 24"x36", or can be printed to an 11"x17", 8.5"x11" or taken to a printing shop to be printed full size. These poster cover the principles of
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This worksheet covers the Elements of Art: Value. It includes information on the front about creating a value scale and shading techniques. The back of the worksheet is full of activities for the students to complete to help reinforce the
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The first day of school always involves handing out many sheets of paper, that inevitably get lost in the bottomless pits of student backpacks. By adding a bright color, visual art reference, or other eye catching flair, students are more liking to
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This pack includes 8 front and back worksheets that cover the principles of design. The front of the handouts have information specific to successfully incorporating the principle of design into their artwork. The back of the worksheet has an
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This middle or high school stippling art activity is a great way to introduce, and reinforce, the drawing and shading basics. This worksheet is an in depth study of shading with stippling. On the front of the worksheet are examples of a stippling
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Visual journals are always my students' favorite project of the year. It is a space for them to express themselves, experiment with materials, and take a break from regular projects. It is a great project for middle school and high school age
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This is an amazing project I do with my Introduction to Art Students every year. They have to make 10 tiny works of art, on a 2.5"x3.5" size card. At the end of the project they have the opportunity to trade their mini works of art with their
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This national visual art standards packet includes 2 brightly color, and easy to print national visual art standards information. The printable posters measures 24"x36", or can be printed to an 11"x17", or taken to a printing shop to be printed full
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have had experience teaching K-college through student teaching, full time teaching, being a graduate assistant, and volunteer work. The majority of my education experience is in art education and yearbook, although I love designing products outside of my expertise. I received my Bachelors of Fine Arts in Art Education and my Masters of Art Education at the University of Georgia (go dawgs!). While in graduate school, I was a writing teaching assistant and helped teach undergraduate art education students. Since college I have taught art at the high school level for 9 years. I've taught in both public and private schools and have taught Introduction to Art, Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Ceramics, AP Art, and Yearbook. I'm incredibly lucky to be able to say I love what I do for a living.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love hands on learning and student centered teaching. I very rarely lecture, unless I am introducing a project. Before every project I include a powerpoint with an artist exemplar and information about their assignment. Introduction day for an assignment is one of the few times that I am talking in front of the class, while my students take notes. After introducing a project via PowerPoint, I often complete a demonstration of the techniques needed for the project. Demonstrations may continue throughout the project depending on what they are working on. After "introduction day" my students are free to work at their own pace. I float the room and help them one on one. After projects are completed, I often have my students participate in individual and group critiques of their work.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Deans List Magna Cum Laude (undergrad) Summa Cum Laude (grad) Snapping Shoals Bright Ideas Grant Winner (2010 and 2011) Top Ten Teachers Award

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

University of Georgia, Art Education 2004-2008 University of Georgia, Master of Art Education, 2008-2009 SCAD, AP Art certification, Summer 2010 NAEA National Conference, 2015 and 2016

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Contact me at whitneywpanetta@gmail.com with any questions or comments! I am a wife, mom to little man Cooper (2) and baby girl Kennedy (brand new as of November, 2017), two pups, and nine chickens. I am an artist, blogger, visual journal addict, and teacher. I love blogging about my visual journal pages and ongoing projects at http://www.lookbetweenthelines.com.

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