Building Creativity Into Your Classroom

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Building Creativity Into Your Curriculum

 

 

Class Description

Don’t feel like you have to be an artist to be creative or to be able to encourage creative practices with your students!  In this session, we will work through ways that align with your interests, skills, and talents when it comes to feeling like you are able to add creativity into your life and your classroom.

You can be creative in so many ways!  Explore this free training with fresh eyes when it comes to creativity so that you can bring new ways of learning to your students.

 

Professional Practice Goal

Determine ways that you can bring creativity into your own life and the work of your students by making a conscious choice to acknowledge how new strategies can be used in your classroom.

 

What’s Included

  • On-Demand Video Training
  • Quick Guide to Creativity

 

Coach Expertise

Amy Roadman has been a certified visual arts teacher for 20+ years and believes art and creativity can be taught, that you don’t have to start with innate talent, but a desire to create and practice. By providing opportunities that really focus on the overall experience she has learned how to ease the pressure of creating and allow many people to tap into their creative side and find that it can be really rewarding to do so. Having worked with students and teachers in and out of the art classroom, she has helped others recognize how they can be creative in ways beyond art projects. Amy now works for her state’s artist-in-residence program, visiting classrooms in which teachers of all subjects invite her to incorporate creativity into their curriculum.

 

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    Amy Roadman

    Amy Roadman has been a certified visual arts teacher for 20+ years and believes art and creativity can be taught, that you don't have to start with innate talent, but a desire to create and practice. By providing opportunities that really focus on the overall experience she has learned how to ease the pressure of creating and allow many people to tap into their creative side and find that it can be really rewarding to do so. Having worked with students and teachers in and out of the art classroom, she has helped others recognize how they can be creative in ways beyond art projects. Amy now works for her state's artist-in-residence program, visiting classrooms in which teachers of all subjects invite her to incorporate creativity into their curriculum.