Monthly Archives: July 2012

Curiosity

I think that what many educators are discovering is that the web has not only provided countless resources to support strong teaching practices, but that it also enhances their own learning.  What’s scary about this is the realization of what … Continue reading

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Project Explorer

This is a very quick post because I’m so excited to have stumbled across this wonderful site!  I’ll be investigating Project Explorer in more depth over the next little while, but from what I’ve seen already, I know I already … Continue reading

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Inspiration

To an artist, inspiration means so much.  To an art teacher, even more. I was lucky enough to stumble upon a beautiful video created by Matt Cauthron and the ADE Creative Group at the Apple Distinguished Educator Institute at Full … Continue reading

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Weaving 101

Gotta love Pinterest!  After discovering Creative Jewish Mom, a blog “enhancing every day in every way with creativity”, I had to try a fun-looking weaving project posted by the author.  I’ve always wanted to try weaving, especially knowing the needs … Continue reading

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