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My 10 Takeaways from ISTE 2011

Whew! I got back home from ISTE 2011 in Philadelphia last Wednesday and it’s taken me a week to get caught up and to find a free moment to reflect on the experience. I once described attending an ISTE conference like being hit by a…

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10 More Creativity Resources

Prior to my two-month hiatus from blogging, I posted links to a series of videos and studies related to creativity. As a follow-up, here are 10 additional project ideas and articles on fostering creativity. In It’s Time to Get Serious About Creativity in the Classroom,…

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Where has the time gone?

Has it really been nearly two months since I last posted here? I didn’t plan to take such a long leave of absence from blogging, it just happened. The usual end-of-the-school-year craziness back in April, having to pack up two classrooms and several storage areas…

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Brain Sharing: A New Way to Collaborate

Found this amusing idea from Lincoln Schatz on GOOD this week. It gives new meaning to collaboration.

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Looking for a creative boost? 9 unusual ways to become more creative

The following studies suggest that you might be more creative if you get a jolt of electricity to your brain, get diagnosed with ADD, take more naps, fall in love, stare at the Apple Logo, follow rather than lead, find someone to collaborate with, move…

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12 Videos on Creativity

I’ve been collecting links to videos, research studies and other resources related to creativity for a few years now on ‘Delicious.com.’ I figured it’s time to compile the best of those resources into a couple lists that others might find useful. Here is the first…

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Ten Assessment Resources for Art Teachers

Not everything that matters can be measured, and not everything that is measured matters. ~ Elliot Eisner I recently collected the following ten assessment resources for an upcoming online course I’m teaching this Spring. Collectively they demonstrate that there are a variety of ways to…

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Watch Five Art Teachers in Action

Good teaching is one-fourth preparation and three-fourths theater. ~ Gail Godwin I’m always on the lookout for videos of experienced art teachers in action, which allow you to see inside their classrooms, watch them teach, and listen as they talk about their curriculum goals and…

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The Role of the Arts in School Reform

Re:Form School by The Masses from Redu on Vimeo. I was planning a posting on another topic today, but then came across this video and found it very timely and inspiring. With all the rhetoric we hear daily about school reform from politicians and media…

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Eleven Art Education Resources for the Classroom

In honor of the start of 2011, here are eleven art education resources for the classroom: Art Through Time: A Global View is a thirteen-part series from Annenberg Media that takes a thematic approach to art history and appreciation. Each program focuses on a particular…

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