Miguel Angel Escotet - Professional E-Portfolio You are a teacher? You must explore his site! Eres maestro? Debes explorar su sitio!
This is the guide book for anyone wanting to explore Choice-Based art making with their students. It is brilliantly written and so practical.
The Civil War (under development) | Teach US History SUCH a GREAT website for lesson plans!!
The picture isn't helpful but I want to explore this site for clay/pottery ideas
Three Brain-Based Teaching Strategies to Build Executive Function in Students
Three Brain-based Teaching Strategies to Build Executive Function in Students (Part 4 of 7) | Edutopia
To ensure success for all the artists in your classroom, why not try open-ended lesson planning? Planning open-ended lessons allows your students to explore and express their interests while still meeting important objectives and building skills. Allowing a lesson to be tied to personal experiences makes students more engaged and willing to push themselves further. It also inspires students to share and express their ideas freely.
Making thinking visible how to ron ritchhart by Priscilla Vergara via slideshare
Cross dressing ceramics artist Grayson Perry uses the seductive qualities of ceramics and other art forms to make stealthy comments about societal injustices and hypocrisies, and to explore a variety of historical and contemporary themes. The beauty of his work is what draws us close. Covered with sgraffito drawings, handwritten and stencilled texts, photographic...