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If I hadn’t tried TAB
Today, I introduced an activity to help my senior students notice the differences between lines and values. I had been sifting through Clara Lieu’s playlist, “How to Draw a Portrait with Charcoal & Cross-Hatching” and thought that Clara’s tip to … Continue reading
Posted in Art Education, Education Reform, TLLP Tagged #TAB, #tllp2016, art education, choice, choice-based education, learning, teaching 1 Comment
Teaching, Learning, Leading
Teaching, Learning, Leading#leadership https://t.co/Vka1QEYcp1 pic.twitter.com/7yI4LliSx7 — Colleen Rose (@ColleenKR) March 28, 2016 . What is the relationship between teaching, learning and leading? These thoughts were prompted by reading Dr. Justin Tarte’s tweet this morning: Leaders don’t change people. … Continue reading
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The teachers I admire are one-half avant-garde and one-half renegade. They challenge their students, and they challenge traditional learning. They’re cool. Art is traditionally taught by introducing different materials and techniques to students, and then evaluating how well each student manages … Continue reading
Posted in Art Education, Education Reform Tagged #artsed, #TAB, art, art education, change, growth mindset, teaching 1 Comment
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
Posted in Art Education, Education Reform, Growing Success Tagged #TAB, appreciation, art, arts education, blogging, choice, teaching 1 Comment
What If I’m Not The Best Teacher For You?
This question caught the attention of my students today: “What if I’m not the best teacher for you?” — Colleen Rose (@ColleenKR) September 21, 2015 I am an art teacher, but every now and then, depending on our school … Continue reading
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Who’s The Teacher?
Last week, I decided to bring my guitar to class. I had hoped to share what I was learning with my students, but the demonstration developed into something much richer than I had expected. Our class teaching our art teacher … Continue reading
Posted in Art Education, Education, Education Reform, Growing Success Tagged conditions for learning, guitar, learning, music, teaching 2 Comments
A New Beginning?
My son and I discovered a seed inside a nectarine over a week ago. A special seed. For some reason, it had started to sprout, so we decided to see what would happen if we encouraged it to grow a … Continue reading
Posted in Ed tech, Education Reform, Ontario Tagged #onted, #TeachOntario, education, Ontario, shift, teaching 4 Comments
You know that moment just before you fall asleep? When you’re done with the day and you might be sorting through things or going over new thoughts? Last night I started to think of how I might approach a lesson … Continue reading
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The worst thing that anyone can do is to get stuck in a rut. This is especially true if you are a teacher! This blog is the beginning of a challenge that I have made for myself (and for any … Continue reading
Posted in Art Education Tagged art, education, teaching, visual art 7 Comments