Monthly Archives: February 2012

Scared?

Believe it or not, I think teachers get scared.  I know I do.  That may be part of the reason why some teachers don’t practice what they preach…  learning isn’t always easy!  However, once we decide to take the plunge, … Continue reading

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Brand New Class! Are You Tech Ready? « The Art of Education

Brand New Class! Are You Tech Ready? « The Art of Education. Kudos to Jessica Balsey and her post re: Technology in the ART CLASS!!  Way to go, Jessica ~ I can’t wait to learn all about it!!

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The Future of Prehistoric Art

My plan for changing the way I share what I know of Prehistoric art went alright… but I know it can be better.  It might take some more creativity, reflection and (hopefully) suggestions, but I’ll get there. The lesson began … Continue reading

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Analyze This!

Success!  Today I tried something new with my senior art students… and it worked! If you have had experience trying to get students to understand and describe design content, you might enjoy this lesson.  This was a nice way to … Continue reading

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Shift Your Classroom: Small Strategic Steps | Getting Smart

Shift Your Classroom: Small Strategic Steps | Getting Smart. I think I wanted to include this post because it is so helpful to those who may feel overwhelmed by the amount of information and resources that are available when we … Continue reading

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Goal!

Sometimes the simplest things can make the biggest impact. While considering ideas and technologies that may enhance student learning in my classroom, I have also had time to think about strategies that should have been used… but haven’t.  I think … Continue reading

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