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Sculpt Around The Room Game

The next in my series of “around the room” games is sculpture. The goal is to expose my students to a vast array of sculpture related vocabulary, materials and techniques in the shortest amount of time. I created 5 different … Continue reading

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Time Challenge

Using themed challenges in a modified choice classroom continues to be the right balance between freedom and structure that my students need. Those that want to stretch and go beyond have the room to do so and those that can’t … 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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What the Students say about Choices!

Today, at the end of each period, I asked my students what they thought of the unit so far. I told them how I am sharing this project with other teachers and that you all would love to hear what they … Continue reading

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Sculptures: In a Class of their Own

A sample of sculptures created during the 2009-2010 school year by 6th, 7th and 8th grade students.  Some sculptures can’t be neatly placed in a category, like cars and buildings. They are In a Class of their Own. This batch … Continue reading

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