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Doodles Academy
Doodles Academy provides a free online art curriculum for teachers to use. Our lesson plans teach children creative problem solving & independent thinking.
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Musician Olivia Awbrey believes that mistakes are necessary, & improvements occur when you are not afraid to make them.
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Doodles Academy May 22
Help! Fill out our 3 question poll telling us how you feel about . We are looking for perspectives from , , and school leaders
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Doodles Academy May 22
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Doodles Academy May 21
This is why we design our projects to build knowledge around common topics.
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Doodles Academy May 20
Everyone has a story, but how to share it? For spoken-word artist Alex Dang, poetry is the answer. Dang emphasizes the importance of being in awe of the world to better understand it and yourself.
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edutopia May 18
Want students to remember something? Ask them to draw it! Research shows that drawing boosts learning by forcing us to process information in multiple ways: visually, kinesthetically, and linguistically.
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Doodles Academy May 17
Interesting article about the symbology and cultural influence in children's artwork that "suggests that kids’ shapes & figures aren’t all that simplistic after all—what’s dismissed as simplicity may instead be a degree of mental freedom"
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Doodles Academy May 17
Sneak peek of a new project...students advocate for a cause they care about through design!
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Doodles Academy May 17
Can’t wait to see the results of these!
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Doodles Academy May 16
“Some students who don’t excel academically, they’re more engaged, because it gives them a different way to learn,” Tiffany Thompson, 1st grade teacher
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MIND Research Institute May 15
"The science is clear: Drawing beats out reading and writing to help students remember concepts." by
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Wit & Wisdom English May 15
"As students internalize this process of analyzing art, they not only gain powerful, transferable skills, but they also learn the language of art, giving them the tools to enter any museum with confidence and appreciation." –Rachel Zindler
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Doodles Academy May 15
your students could be superheroes? (They can! Lesson available here: ) Artwork by 5th grade students at Abernathy Elementary school in Portland, OR.
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Doodles Academy May 14
🎨  We don't stop when school lets out. $25 today to support our summer programming
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GPB Education May 13
Whether it’s music, theater, or dance, chances are you’ve been moved by the arts. These types of experiences can be created in schools by integrating the arts with social and emotional learning. 🎷🎭💃🏿
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Doodles Academy May 14
Ms. Stefan and her third graders are workshopping a new lesson from our & set, which will be released next school year on our website. (P.S.Sign up for our mailing list to be notified.)
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Doodles Academy May 13
In Portland, Oregon, 5th grade teacher Mr. Sholton adapted our Superhero project to build knowledge around 'human rights', a topic his students were studying. His students created Superheroes that fight for a human rights issue of their choice. Lesson on our website.
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Doodles Academy May 10
Check out this piece from our 'Around the Neighborhood' project. Doodles Academy's projects are designed to emphasize the creative process rather than the final product. They encourage individuality while guiding students in technique
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SilentGertie May 8
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My third graders loved this so much that they are now extending their superhero stories outside during recess time and reporting back each day.
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