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Decoy Carving
By Eric Baur Three years ago I took a workshop on Traditional Decoy Carving. I had no previous knowledge about decoy carving, but the workshop appealed to me as both an artist and a hunter. By the end of the second day, I was amazed that I had carve (More)
Be An Art Education Advocate
by Jesse Boone Be an Art Education Advocate and Educate Future Art Education Advocates  In a world where the visual and performing  arts are being discounted or discarded as not necessary and/or too expensive to continue; it becomes imperative t (More)
Facing my Fears
By Lisa Jordan This is my 5th year of teaching and I have to say I’m getting more comfortable in my role as an art educator. I try my darnedest to get as much as I can out of an art lesson since I only get to see the students maybe 4 times a mon (More)
Sense and Sensibility in the Artroom
Jean Stith 1.       Demonstrate a seriousness of purpose while smiling. 2.       Skills reinforce vocabulary and visa versa. 3.       Always apply art terms to art historical examples. 4.       Always apply art ter (More)
General Commentary and Curiosities
Jean Stith 12/4/2012 So the high school Art I teachers are ½ way through the semester and have met the Pre-test and Mid-test and will yet deliver the Post-test. We have pondered the risk involved in asking the students to give us the best effort (More)
Art Ed Changes
  "Keep your coins- I want change" by Banksy Change is good.  Here are just some of the ones in store for this school year:     T (More)
IPad Sample
I am writing this on my iPad after having uploaded the WordPress app from iTunes. Pretty cool, huh? (More)
The Tree of Life
Today's Guest Blogger is Ms. Megan Varnell. I recently did a lesson on Gustav Klimt’s The Tree of Life with my fifth grade students. To introduce students to the painting, I used the site http://artfil (More)
New and Noteworthy
Diana sent these documents to me before the holidays.  I think they're great and did not want them to get lost in the shuffle, so here they are! Bill Tippit has always been excited to integrate technology into his lessons at Churchland Middle Sch (More)
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6 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Thanks so much for participating!

    I’ve never blogged before so I’m on a learning curve!

    Will be glad to hear from you!

  2. This is great and TEACH Academy was awesome. I am ready for the new school year to start.

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