End of the Year2018-07-27T07:13:02+00:00

ISSUE #14 • MAY 2018

END OF THE YEAR ORGANIZATION

As you get ready to close another school year, use these ideas, tips and strategies for getting organized and finishing strong.

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Be All That You Can Be

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A soldier artist?  What now? It turns out that the United States Army has an art program. Who knew?  They have, what they call, an Artist-in-Residence: a soldier who is also an artist serving [...]

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Educators Who Think Like Artists

Last year, we had the opportunity to have Amy Burvall and Dan Ryder, authors of Intention, Critical Creativity in the Classroom, host #K12ArtChat. Amy Burvall describes herself as a remixer, mycongraphy artist, social media kook, [...]

Goodbye Graffiti

Local Flavor Each city has their own quirks and character. It’s these idiosyncrasies that define a city. So when I moved to Pensacola, Florida a couple of years ago I knew I had to [...]

How to End the Year with Less Stress

It's the end of the school year! The problem with the end of the year is that it’s the end of the year!  Teaching is unique in that way.  It has a definite beginning and [...]

Fostering Curiosity and Imagination

Over the years, when speaking about integrating the arts into the classroom, I have frequently been met with a bit of resistance, especially if my audience considers themselves as not possessing artistic ability. Many [...]

Make Every Minute Count

It's the last day of school in an elementary classroom: Clean Out Day. Students dump the folders from their desks and load up their book bags. Sometimes, they need an extra bag to haul [...]

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