for Excellence. The online collaboration platform (NEA and IACA funded project) was developed for educators to share lesson plans and personalize their professional learning through 12 expert-facilitated modules exploring topics such as Social-Emotional Learning, Student Engagement, Standards-based Assessment and more. Engagement, Standards-based Assessment and more.
The conference marked another year for festivities, with a student art show and honors, a gala, accolades, and awards. Congratulations to the recipients of IAEA’s awards:
Judith Briggs, Art Educator of the Year;
Machaela Leno, Early Professional of the Year;
Kathleen Tieri Ton, Secondary Art Educator of the Year;
Jody Paulson, Higher Education Art Educator of the Year;
Melissa Farley, Elementary Art Educator of the Year;
Jerry Stefl, Distinguished Service to the Profession of Art Education;
Merry K. Lanker, Junior High/Middle School Art Educator of the Year;
Kamila Anna Glowacki, Museum Art Educator of the Year;
Sherri Kushner, President’s Award;
Joseph Hernandez, Distinguished Member;
Happy anniversary to the IAEA and its 75 years of bringing arts educators together.