NAEA has much to offer its members. Here you’ll see the current home page where you can log in with your member number.
The final review of the National Coalition for Core Arts StandardsNew Visual Arts Standards ended at the end of February. Stay tuned for updates.
Spark! NAEA in San Diego. Nothing can compare to attending a national convention. You’ll hear from artists and art educators, and can choose between about 800 presentations for your registration costs.There is also a convention App that is very helpful.
AccessNAEA and more by signing in.
Artsonia works with NAEA to support student art galleries for your schools. It is free to all.
Lartsonia also has lesson plans, student portfolios, and more.
The NAEA Instructional Resource Gallery can be accessed through Artsonia.
This shows the process to get lessons accepted for the Instructional Resources Gallery. Changes will be coming with the new visual arts standards.
You can pay for your NAEA membership through your Artsonia funds. When your parents buy an item that features their child’s artwork on it, your school gets part of the funds.
NAEA offers many ways to connect online. You can sign up for the listserv for your level.
You can access NAEA through Facebook, Twitter, Ning, and DIGIcation.
This shows the ElementaryTwitter Page. @NAEA Elementary Art
This shows the Elementary Division FacebookPage but there are pages for every level.
Here is the ElementaryDivision Ning Site. On Ning you can join groups, post artwork and videos, start discussions, and more.
This shows the Middle Level Ning site.
And the Secondary Division Ning site.
NAEA is a great resource for Advocacy materials.
There are Pinterest sites for NAEA and more.
The Elementary division has a Pinterest page for Advocacy.
The Elementary division has a Pinterest page for Assessment.
NAEA offers grantsand awards.
NAEA offers both the National Art Honor Society and National Junior Art Honor Society.
You can read NAEA News online.
You can create an e-portfolio on the NAEA site. Many teachers feature their own work this way.
Here is Olivia Gude’se-Portfolio page.
And Nancy Walkup’s e-Portfolio page. Of course you don’t need to do all of these; there are plenty of opportunities from which you can choose. Browse the NAEA website and see what it can do for you!