Category Archives: Teachers Resources

One Drawing a Day

Like a lot of artists after years of school and school projects you tend to get yourself in a rut. It’s like you forget how to create visual works without someone telling you the parameters of the assignment. You might … Continue reading

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When is a Art Finished

This is an age old question most artists would admit plagues them from time to time. When is a piece of art work done? I can name at least 5-8 pieces in the last 8 years that still effect this … Continue reading

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Bookbinding is for Everyone

Sometimes I sit down and think I am going to make something to help others learn more about crafting their own artworks. A learning tool or handbook they can reference, that is easy to follow and not overwhelming. I did … Continue reading

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New Art and Science Collaboration

I found this today and thought it would be great to play around with in a classroom. It would be perfect for and really fun in a color mixing unit as a hands on example of the differences in additive … Continue reading

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Choice Theory

Choice Theory Mgnt I created this in an Educational Philosophy class as one of my assignment a couple of years ago. I found Choice Theory and William Glasser interesting and would love to research it more. This is a nice … Continue reading

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Differentiation and Cultural Responsiveness

11 Ways to Differentiation your Classroom Implementing Differentiation Classroom Management Culturally Responsive I had these as reading assignments in one of my courses in education and found them to be really useful when writing my Philosophy of Art Education.

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