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Student Reflections

My favorite part of this artwork was i had fun making it and my least favorite part was moving all the textures into place because it was repetitive. I learned that a lot of of the best things are made … Continue reading

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High Score- Low Score

I was asked in the TAB-Yahoo group to update them on how the challenge was going, specifically in regard to the points. One teacher questioned whether the kids would obsess about the points and get competitive in a negative way. … Continue reading

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Classroom Management Reflections

When I explain TAB to other art teachers I usually get incredulous looks and questions as to how in the world do I manage “all those different mediums!” But over the years I have found that managing 30+ kids doing … Continue reading

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Monitor, Reflect and Adjust

All good teachers Monitor, Reflect and then make Adjustments. The same is true of working in a TAB or Modified TAB¬†classroom. Here are some of the adjustments I¬†have made to this current studio challenge so far. ~But first, some of … Continue reading

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Moving at the Speed of Technology

I have been blogging about my classroom and lessons for 14 years now and in that time technology has changed so fast! With everything we have to do in the classroom to provide those excellent learning experiences it is hard … Continue reading

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