Whether you are beginning a teacher
education course or embarking on a career
in teaching, this introductory textbook
provides comprehensive information
on how to meet the standards for
the effective teaching of art and design
in foundation and primary settings.
The authors offer comprehensive guidance
on everything from reflecting on your own subject knowledge as a teacher, to organising the classroom, planning your lessons, using a variety
of art processes and using artists' work
in your teaching.
'Teaching Art and Design 3-11' is
co-edited by Robert Watts and Sue Cox, with contributions from Steve Herne, Diarmuid McAuliffe and Judy Grahame.
Download section Using artists' work here
Download section Planning here
Download section on Assessment here
“Informed by up-to-date research and
current classroom practice, this guide
should be as essential to the art room
as pencils and paint.”
“Teaching Art and Design 3-11 is a valuable new resource for all teachers of children from the Foundation Stage through to Key Stages 1 and 2. The book features a huge amount of teacher-friendly information on the complete range of practical processes that children are expected to engage with, as well as informative chapters that explore issues such as developing strategies for using artists’ work in the classroom, planning assessment and organisation.”