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Syria Crisis

The following text has been shared from one of my students’ blog posts.  Her observations and reflections convey the importance of providing independence in our learning environments.  I am proud to share her thinking on my blog, and must commend her … Continue reading

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Art is a Verb

That moment when your mind begins to connect the dots, when the world makes sense in a new way, you experience an epiphany!  …and then you find out that someone else thought of it too. My mind is so active when it creates … Continue reading

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Fly on the Wall

I just read a post written by Melissa Purtee, entitled “Just Wow“, and am reminded of the power of being a connected teacher.  Before the days of using a blog, Twitter, or even a Facebook group, to reach out and … Continue reading

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smART

Could English/Literacy teachers infuse a unit with numeracy by writing song lyrics for music with different tempos (oops, tempi)? If you know of any teachers who have tried this idea, share their videos/blog posts in the comment section below!

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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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