Established in 2001, the Teaching for Artistic BehaviorTM (TAB) organization is a grassroots educational movement entirely developed and maintained by art teachers. This concept comes directly from choice-based art education practices and action research in visual art classrooms around the United States.
To ensure success for all the artists in your classroom, why not try open-ended lesson planning? Planning open-ended lessons allows your students to explore and express their interests while still meeting important objectives and building skills. Allowing a lesson to be tied to personal experiences makes students more engaged and willing to push themselves further. It also inspires students to share and express their ideas freely.
"Draw around the room" - game Introducing different drawing medium at the beginning of the year
The Benefits of Limiting Choices in Choice-Based Art Education