An interactive tool for elementary art specialists
This network links teachers with a common bond: young children and art. Visit the NAEA website at: arteducators.org
Following is the current schedule for the Elementary Division sessions in San Diego at the NAEA Convention. Presenters, please let me know if you see any mistakes or omissions; regional directors, please let me know which ones you can attend. Thanks! We plan to have door prizes at every session.
Elementary Division Awards Luncheon TIME: 12:00 - 1:50 PM Hilton Hotel/Indigo Ballroom D/Level 2 Join us for a wonderful opportunity to connect with fellow elementary art educators as we honor our national and regional award winners, enjoy lunch, and receive goodies and door prizes. PRESENTER(S): Nancy Walkup, Thom Knab
Elementary Conversations with Colleagues TIME: 4:30 - 5:50 PM Convention Center/Meeting Room 15A/Mezzanine Level
Connect with other elementary art teachers, including the Elementary Division Leadership Team. Enjoy an overview of the conference, an update on the new National Arts Standards, door prizes, and more. PRESENTER(S): Nancy Walkup, Thom Knab
SUNDAY 3/29/2014 2013
National Elementary Winner Showcase: Bob Reeker TIME: 9:00 - 9:50 AM Best Practice Lecture Convention Center/Meeting Room 8/Upper Level The 2013 National Elementary Art Educator of the Year, Bob Reeker, will showcase his award-winning art program. You don’t want to miss what this accomplished teacher has to share! PRESENTER(S): Bob Reeker
Elementary Carousel of Learning: Advocacy TIME: 9:30 - 10:20 AM Best Practice Lecture Hilton Hotel/Indigo 204B/Level 2 Elementary art educators from across the country will share short presentations and discussions on a subject no art educator can afford to ignore: advocacy for the art program. PRESENTER(S): Nancy Walkup, Thom Knab, Tricia Fuglestad, Michelle Lemons, Cassie Stephens, Christine Beshack, Rebecca Carleton
Elementary Carousel of Learning: Technology TIME: 12:25 - 1:20 PM Best Practice Lecture Hilton Hotel/Indigo 204B/Level 2 Experience different uses of technology currently at play in many art rooms. Ask questions and get answers from art teachers who use technology effectively every day. PRESENTER(S): Nancy Walkup, Thom Knab, Lani Warner Yuen, Jaime Alper, Michelle Savran, Amber Ward, Nikki Everett
Register now for the 2014 NAEA National Convention, March 29-31, 2014 in San Diego, California. This event is the largest gathering of visual art educators in the world! Check out the Schedule-at-a-Glance online today!
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