Monthly Archives: December 2012

Moving On!

There are so many benefits to having students grow and prosper in your class.  In a way, your classroom becomes a home of sorts, and your role mimics that of a parent as these fledglings prepare to leave the nest. … Continue reading

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Our Art Exchange With Students in Japan

How do you describe the feeling of teaching a class that is willing to try something new, but the results are totally unexpected… but wonderful?  I had a lump in my throat while I captured the memories in my classroom … Continue reading

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Nominations for Art Ed Blog of the Year

Jessica Balsey, Founder of the Art of Education Website, has given art teachers the opportunity to share the resources that have been created by fellow professionals by opening nominations for the Art Ed Blog of the Year!  I have enjoyed … Continue reading

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Blue is NOT a Sad Colour!

Today, BLUE is an incredibly happy colour.  I was thrilled to see my Blueberries painting featured on a highway sign that promoted the Nipigon Blueberry Blast, an annual festival in our area that celebrates one of our favourite local treats. … Continue reading

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