Scholastic Instructor Top 20

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Today we discovered that Scholastic Instructor named The Teaching Palette one of the Top 20 Teacher Blogs!  A huge thank you to all our readers who have inspired us to keep writing about issues that impact the art education field!

Other blogs listed among the Top 20:

Hillary Andrlik + Theresa McGee

The founders and primary authors of this blog are Hillary Andrlik and Theresa McGee, who both teach elementary art in the Chicagoland area. Hillary has been teaching art since 2002, received her art education degree from Illinois State University and masters from National Louis University. Theresa has been teaching since 1997 and received her bachelors degree from Northern Illinois University and masters from Benedictine University. In 2008, Theresa became a National Board Certified Teacher. Both Hillary and Theresa have earned the honor of being Illinois Elementary Art Educator of the Year. Together, Hillary and Theresa have presented at Illinois Art Education Association Conference on topics ranging from classroom management to technology and each have presented on numerous other occasions for other organizations.

2 Comments

  • September 17, 2009

    Todd And

    On behalf of all the staff at toddand.com and raglinen.com (just me), I’d like to say a hearty WAY TO GO! Your commitment to providing fresh, resourceful and thoughtful content to fellow art teachers is inspiring… and certainly worth all the kudos. Keep up the great work!

  • September 18, 2009

    Christy Branham

    Congrats- you certainly deserve it! I love the Teaching Palette and appreciate all your hard work. You didn’t happen to ask Scholastic Instructor why they are not having the art print and lesson plan in their publication any more, did you? I sent an email asking why it was not being included and never received a response. They’re losing my business because they are no longer including the art prints and lesson plans! I’m really disappointed in the publication.

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