Explore our archive of teaching resources to give you support where you need it.
A vast collection of education tools that are the results of many collaborations between the Perpich Center, the Plains Art Museum, MN school districts and MN Indian tribes, communities, artists and educators.
Find many downloadable items to help you plan here!
Part of the MN Visual & Media Arts Education google site. Helpful curriculum and assessment resources from various school districts.
This workshop is designed for K-12 Arts & Non Arts Teachers to develop high quality curriculum and learning experiences In and Through the Arts aligned with state and national standards that address the cultural and artistic diversity of communities across Minnesota, the United States and the world.
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), schools must provide reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities who meet the requirements. This means that schools must make changes to their programs and services so that students with disabilities can learn and participate equally. Reasonable accommodations can include a variety of things, such as extra time on tests, modified assignments, and access to assistive technology. Click the link below to explore more resources on ADA.
Resources for the New National Core Arts Standards, including standards, presentations, skills maps, and more!
The Minnesota State Visual Arts Standards can be viewed here!
Implementation of key technologies in the arts, including VoiceThread, Blackboard, EDMODO and more!
Formative Versus Summative: What should we and should we not assess?
How to use Voice Thread in your classroom. Lots of links!
In this area you will find all of the necessary materials from Jeremy Holien's presentation at the 2012 Art Educators of Minnesota Conference entitled: Architectural Design within the Art Classroom.
As a member of AEM you also are a member of NAEA and have access to the plethora of resources and tools that NAEA provides its members.
Collaborate is an interactive, dynamic online professional community. Collaborate provides AEM/NAEA members with a place to discover and provide resources, lessons, information, create an art community, and more.