Missouri Art Education Association...Meaningful Art Experiences for All
Lesson Plans from Spring Conference 2012, St. Charles
Stuff That Works, presented by Mick Luehrman
Presentation Part 1
Presentation Part 2
Elementary Winter Lesson Plans, presented by Dee Motter
National Board Certification, presented by Holly Smothers
A Fish From a Different Point of View, presented by Kay Leeper and Melanie Robinson
Hope Vases, presented by Ann Kynion and Linda Griffin
Radial Ceramic Turtles, presented by Rick Peterson
- STUDENTS & FIRST 5
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The #1 Professional Development Opportunity for Missouri's Art Teachers!
The Missouri Art Education Association (MAEA) works closely with Missouri's Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to ensure that MAEA conferences provide substantive connections to state expectations for student learning in art and across all subjects. MAEA holds two conferences each year. The Fall Conference is held at Knob Noster State Park in early October. The Spring Conference is held at rotating locations around the state each March. Come join us for exceptional professional development opportunities.
MAEA Celebrates 75 Years
The year 2012 marks the 75th anniversary for the Missouri Art Education Association. Join us in St. Charles during our Spring Conference for the opening of our year-long celebration! Logo designed by Kim Foster.