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View the Standards

Where can I find the National Visual Arts Standards? 
1. Go online: nationalartsstandards.org
1. Scroll to bottom of homepage, click on far left button
2. Drop down to Visual Arts
3. Download the PDF file
4. "Save as" to your computer
5. Print on ledger size paper

Customize your own handbook!
Scroll to bottom of homepage, click on far right button and select the options you want.

More Resources and Links

Visual Arts Standards At-A-Glance

Visual Arts Standards Custom Handbook

First Glimpse Visual Arts Standards (from NAEA)

First Glimpse Media Arts Standards (from NAEA)

NAEA Standards

National Standards Then and Now

Event Registration Form

Permission to Use the Standards | Copyright Application

National Coalition for Core Arts Standards (NCCAS)

Students with Disabilities and the Core Arts Standards: Guiding Principles for Teachers from the Kennedy Center for the Arts

The Arts and the Common Core: A Comparison of the National Core Arts Standards and the Common Core Standards

FAQs

View The Kennedy Center's Model Cornerstone Assessments (Visual Arts, Media Arts, Music, Theatre, and Dance) - See more at: http://www.arteducators.org/news/news#sthash.FOeL9vYv.dpuf
View The Kennedy Center's Model Cornerstone Assessments (Visual Arts, Media Arts, Music, Theatre, and Dance) - See more at: http://www.arteducators.org/news/news#sthash.FOeL9vYv.dpuf

Learning Opportunities

National Art Education Association (NAEA) Professional Development Opportunities on the National Core Arts Standards (NCAS)


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National Core Arts Standards (NCAS)



National Core Arts Standards (NCAS)

The new National Core Arts Standards were released in June 2014. See the video below from the National Art Education Association (NAEA) for an introduction to the new National Core Arts Standards (compared to the 1994 NAEA National Arts Standards)

 

What you need to know about the National Core Arts Standards


Current News and Opportunities



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The National Art Education Association (NAEA) challenges YOU to share your outstanding lesson designs with art educators around the world! Connect and share through the Lesson Design Challenge Pinterest Board!

Here’s how you can participate in the NAEA Lesson Design Challenge:
• Sign up by completing a quick
survey.
• Download a Lesson Design Challenge Template: Choose
8.5 x 11 or GO BIG with11 x 17.
• Complete the template as creatively as possible: Draw, collage, digitize it…The sky’s the limit!
• Take a photograph of your completed template and save the image as a .jpg, .png, or a .gif with the following information in the title: firstname_lastname_school.jpg.
• Pin it on the NAEA Lesson Design Challenge
Pinterest Board.

Lesson Design Challenge Templates pinned to the NAEA Lesson Design Challenge Board become eligible for peer review and possible inclusion in the curated NAEA Instructional Resources Gallery.  

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