Monthly Archives: August 2015

Art integration enhances student thinking

Everyone has something beautiful about them. Young children offer an innocence that is unique to their age and unfortunately outgrow as time goes on. It makes us laugh and cry tears of joy. It can even make us rekindle stories … Continue reading

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Starting a new position…positively

Leaving your comfort zone is never a good feeling. What if your way isn’t the “right way?” What if your technique and style are questioned? Who do you turn to as a mentor when everyone is new to you? Over the … Continue reading

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