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February 24, 2019
In this issue you’ll find the President’s Message from Laura Marotta, as well as articles from Shannon Carey, Jessica Sassaman, Diane B. Jaquith, Diana Adams Woodruff, Helen Downey, Tobey Eugenio, Margaret McSweeny, and Tamera Burns.
In this issue you’ll find the President’s Message from Laura Marotta, as well as articles from Tamera Burns, Tobey Eugenio, Kay Furst, and Jessica Sassaman. You’ll also find everything you need to know for the Boston Convention, Youth Art Month, and the Recognitions Exhibit, as well as a review of our most recent Instagram Takeovers.
Issue 1 just released featuring letter from our President, Laura Marotta; Upcoming Events; Ingenuity in Education: Reflections of a Preservice Member; Giving Voice to Our Oceans: Promoting Cross-Disciplinary Learning & Student Advocacy Through Art; Stop Apologizing; More Than a Diploma: Graduating High School STEAM Students with a Professional Digital Portfolio; NAEA Boston: Start Planning Now!; NAHS Conference: Save the Date
Issue 3 just released featuring letter from our President, Laura Marotta; Upcoming Events; 5 Reasons You Should Attend the Fall Conference; MAEA Conference Refection; Changing Shape: MAEA Members Exhibition; Donuts!NAHS Exhibition at Hampshire College Art Gallery; Long Exposure Pinhole CANmeras; The Games We Play; MAEA 2017 Convention; MAEA Award Winners
Issue 2 just released featuring letter from our President, Laura Marotta; Upcoming Events; One Teacher’s Experience at the Power of Art Conference; Cooperative Art – Beyond Inclusion in the Art Room; Massachusetts Amazing Emerging Artists: New Recognitions Exhibit; Altered Journaling: A Small Way to Rediscover Personal Art Making; Choices in the Elementary Art Room; Braintree High School’s NAHS Chapter; Youth Art Month 2018
Issue 1 just released featuring letter from our President, Laura Marotta; Upcoming Events; Journey to TAB; Revamping the YAM Flag/Banner Design; Youth Art Month Exhibits; Cosmetology, Science, and Racism: A Unit on Art Literacy Centered in Students’ Lives; Starting a Chapter of the National Art Honor Society.
Issue 3 just released featuring letter from our President, Laura Marotta; Message from Past-President, Kristi Oliver, Letter from the Editor; Upcoming Events; The Importance of Hands-On Workshops; Being On the Board, What’s in it for You?; Journaling for Art Teachers; Comics As Reflective Practice; Do You Know Your Art?
Issue 2 featuring Letter from our President, Kristi Oliver; Letter from the Editor; Upcoming Events; Art on a Cart: It’s Not What You Think; Why Stravinsky in the Third and Fourth Grades?; Student Teaching Survival: 5 Tips for Pre-Service Teachers; Retired Not Expired! What Role do Retired Educators Have in NAEA and MAEA?; Youth Art Month 2017 – A Chance to Show Off!
Issue 1: featuring letter from our President, Kristi Oliver; Upcoming Events; Putting the A in STEAM, A Post Flight Interview with Art Educator Stacy Lord; The Benefits of Being Part of a NEASC Visiting Team; Creative Solutions, Overcoming Scheduling Challenges with Art History; Did You Notice Anything Different?; One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Plastic Fish?, Passion, Papier–mâché, and Consciousness Raising with the Visual Arts.
Issue 2: featuring letter from our President, Kristi Oliver; Reflections of an Award Winner; Youth Art Month; Upcoming events; NAHS Navigating the Imagination; and NAEA delegation to Finland.
Our inaugural newsletter featuring articles from our President, Kristi Oliver, Alice Gentili – 2015 Art Educator of the Year, Upcoming Events, Youth Art Month and more!