New Posts just in time for National Arts & Humanities Month! It's a perfect time to share some love and support your friendly neighborhood art educator and advocator by checking out some of my recent posts! Below are a few highlights from this past month in the classroom!
Day 2: Confession of a Serial Over-Planner I have a confession. I'm a serial over-planner. Can I enlist the class in helping me "kill my darlings?"
Day 3: Cognition & Emotion & Data in the "Going Gradeless" Process Teaching is an art and therefore a process - and it can be a rollercoaster! Doubts, decisions, and data this week!
Day 4: Young In Art Again Students make connections with their inner child artists and with each other - but wondering how it would work in the regular classroom?
Day 5: Learning, Life & Art: Engaging with Process Can students learn about making choices as teachers by making monoprints?
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"If you draw a circle around a thing, stand in the middle of the thing, invite others to stand in it with you and pray and work and move your body, that place won't be the same anymore." - Theaster Gates, visual artist