Have you signed up yet to display your student's work? NATA is proud to put your membership to work for you! Thank you for joining NATA. We are ready to fill 'em up next week at the Nebraska Association of School Boards Conference in LaVista!
NATA members can still register to submit two student works for this display in LaVista. Exhibition of student work, November 18-20th, at the Nebraska Association of School Boards Conference.
Eligibility: K-12 Grade, Each NATA member may display two student pieces of 2-dimensional art
Limitations: No larger than 12"X18" or matted 16"X22"
Register to send in work by: November 11, 2015
If you are available to help set up November 17th 4:00pm or take down the display November 20th, please contact Jody Boyer. This is a great way to get involved in NATA!
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Hester Menier is an elementary art teacher in the Wentzville School District near St. Louis, MO. She has been teaching elementary art for 20 years in rural and suburban districts with large low socio-economic populations. Check out her thoughts in the NAEA Monthly Mentor. Hester answers these questions:
* How do I know my students are learning?
* When I was using direct instruction to have students produce amazing artwork, were they going through the motions or did they truly learn?
* In a TAB room when the art looks poorly made does it still have value?* In a TAB room when the art looks poorly made does it still have value?
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