Discovery and Innovation. This book was written in 1955. I love this book. There are others in the series and […]
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Should The Arts Have Accountability? What Comprises A Good Assessment?
How do we address the vague nature of the arts in assessments? Inherently, the arts in all forms are creative […]
TIPS TO IMPROVE CRITICAL THINKING IN ARTS EDUCATION
Arts education is not arts and crafts. Arts and crafts may have a benefit for many–very useful for social/emotional wellness […]
How Do Teachers Teach Self-Discipline?
I love this photo! Not only do I relate to the discipline shown in this picture, but I believe the […]
Are We Ready for Blended Learning? Time to CHANGE “What to Learn?”
Picture this: Students sitting on the floor in groups in a classroom. Everyone is busy and engaged. Many are using […]
Who Do You Want To Teach Your Child?
What are the qualities of a good teacher? Focus on what a teacher should be, not what they aren’t. Qualities […]
Teacher Morale Down? No Money, Curriculum Confusion- Let’s solve it!
Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire -William Butler Yeats Teaching is […]
Kids Need To Belong to Something-The Benefit or Arts Education
The premise is this: Commit yourself and reap the benefits. Do the work and something worthwhile will result. I believe […]
Writing-Kids must learn to write, communicate, use their imagination and creativity
Reading and writing are the key to learning. You can do or learn anything if you can read without relying […]
Perspective: The Lessons of Sports and the Performing Arts-How Do They Contribute to Overall Education?
SPORTS AS A METAPHOR FOR LIFE I am all for sports. I believe that kids participating in sports learn valuable […]