Monthly Archives: October 2012

Sticking Your Neck Out

cc licensed (by) flickr photo by DucDigital Were you the kid in class who enjoyed the lessons your teacher taught, eagerly raising your hand to participate, or were you one of the cooler kids who sat in the back row?  I really … Continue reading

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Digital Portfolios

Could this be the end of an era?  For as long as I’ve taught visual arts, students have begun each semester by decorating their portfolios according to a theme that I have chosen (or they have negotiated).  I have always … Continue reading

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