Visual Thinking - TAEA Book Study 2019
TAEA is offering the book study of Visual Thinking Strategies: Using Art to Deepen Learning Across School Disciplines
by Philip Yenawine
September 30th - November 4th, 2019
If you are seeking additional professional development hours during the fall, this is your opportunity! Upon completion of the criteria for credit, participants will receive a certificate from TAEA for 10 CPE hours. If you are interested in non-credit participation, we are thrilled to learn with you as well! The moderator will check in with the opportunity for a meet-up as a video chat, TBD. Please complete the form below, including your PERSONAL email address as it will not accept a district-associated email address. Order your book online right away!
What is your full name?
What is your personal email address for use with Google Classroom? (It cannot be a school/district email associated with your campus Google Classroom account)
Please confirm your personal email address:
Are you a member of TAEA?
If you are a member of TAEA, what is your Membership #?
If not a member of TAEA, to which state/national art education association do you belong? (Thank you for joining us!)
Will you need a certificate of participation for CPE hours, with the understanding that you must complete all the assignments for the book study as presented in Google Classroom?
Have you participated in prior book studies with TAEA?
Year 1 (One or more of these books: Mindset, Innovator's Mindset, Launch, Art & Fear)
Year 2 (One or more of these books: The Creative Habit, The Open Art Room, Participatory Creativity)
Year 3 (One or more of these books: The Open Art Room, Engaging Learners through Artmaking, Studio Thinking from the Start))
No, this is my first!
How did you hear about the book study?
Email Blast from TAEA
Social Media Announcement (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook)
Word of Mouth
This year's book study Classroom (Engaging Learners or Studio Thinking)
Thanks for signing up! Watch for an email from the classroom just before the start of the study.
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