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How to spark your students’ interest in art

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Naturally, different students tend to gravitate toward the different subject areas that interest them. Teachers may have a diverse class of introverts and extroverts, or A-brains and B-brains. For many students, art is something hung in museums and galleries, and perhaps made for people unlike themselves. We examined some ways to spark your students’ interest in art.

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How your students can benefit from global collaboration

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The educational arena is constantly evolving with new approaches to classic disciplines, like STEAM, project-based learning and makerspaces. Technology also plays an important role in the classroom, creating a bridge between schools abroad, and providing connectedness and global communication. We took a look at how your students can engage with the world without leaving the classroom.

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How to help kids realize their inner artist

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Being a teacher is a tough, but rewarding job. Students may not always want (or feel comfortable enough) to participate in activities, especially creative ones. There are a number of reasons why. But as a teacher, you likely advocate for your students and want to help them realize their full creative potential. We explored some ways to help kids recognize their inner artist.

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Creative projects to do with wee ones this spring

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Spring has sprung! As always, we’re looking for fun, festive and creative projects that teachers can do with their students, or families can make at home. This time around, we took a look at some engaging, interactive projects to help younger kids nurture motor and problem solving skills, along with spatial and cognitive development.

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