Most of us have seen an educator or presenter who wasn’t creative, interesting or fun. You may have even found yourself in a rut where you felt you weren’t tapping your own creativity and had even forgotten to have fun as you led a lesson or workshop. Award winning artist and educator Tim Needles outlines easy ways to put creativity and fun back into your class, your profession and your life.
Tim Needles has been teaching art and media for 17 years in public schools as well as working as an Adobe Education Leader and an adjunct college professor. His work has been featured on NPR as well as in The New York Times. He is also the recipient of the National Art Educators Association 2016 AET Outstanding Teaching Award and The Lab School’s Robert Rauschenberg Power of Art Award at The National Gallery of Art.
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