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Get to the Heart of Valentine’s Day

enrichment, art, social emotional, motivation

On Valentine’s Day, many people send cards, candy, or flowers to show their love for others. While these sentiments are thoughtful, do they really get to the heart of the holiday?

Inspire Creativity in Your Students in 2019

art, teaching, music, education, creativity

It’s January, which means it is the beginning of a fresh, new year! While many people are making health-related resolutions, have you ever thought about resolving to improve your creativity?

Mathematics Fun with Gingerbread Houses

mathematics, STEAM, science, engineering, art, geometry, enrichment

One of our family’s favorite places to view gingerbread houses over the holiday season is at PPG Place in Pittsburgh, PA. We are always amazed at the engineering and design of the houses on display.

Bring Culture into Your Classroom This Holiday Season

cultural studies, art, teaching, online learning, elearning, edtech, enrichment, holiday

The winter months are busy with holiday celebrations and family traditions. It’s a time where people all over the world participate in their own cultural rituals and festivities. It’s also a great time of the year to incorporate a “Holiday’s Around the World” lesson into your classroom.

The Art of Teaching Art Online

art, education, edtech, elearning

Many people have the impression online art education is limited to digital forms of art-making, such as using computer programs to create digital drawings. However, online art education encompasses so much more. In fact, art encompasses more than just the act of making art – it includes the whole artistic process.

Each artist has their own artistic process beginning with the initial artistic idea and ending with the presentation of the final masterpiece. Online art courses need to account for this complete process. Here are just a few ways that the stages of the artistic process can be taught online.