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Welcome to our Human Relations Authentic Voice Discussion and Summer Sculpture Gallery

 

THANK

YOU

FOR

SHARING

HOW  A 

TEACHER

COULD

HAVE

MADE

YOUR

K-12

SCHOOLING

A MORE

POSITIVE

EXPERIENCE.       Robert Masla  Creativity Guest

 

 

 

WELCOME GUESTS! I am so appreciative that you are willing to share your experience and advice on how these new teachers might best serve students like you!!
1. SELECT THE SEMESTER AND YEAR
2. SELECT THE NAME OF THE STUDENT WHO INVITED YOU TO SHARE YOUR VOICE. 
3. POST A SHORT BIOGRAPHY UNDER COMMENTS IF YOUR STUDENT HAS NOT.

 

This is a peer review assignment.  Starting from the bottom, 1 and 2 are partners, then 3 and 4 and so on.  NOTE: Please do not multiple post invitations... it goes to all 723 students on this Wiki. Thanks. 

 

Sculpture Criteria

Independent Research Criteria For Peer Review
 

 

Spring 2018   Authentic Voice and Independent Research

 

Spring 2017 Authentic Voice and Independent Research

 

Fall 2016B Independent Research and Authentic Voice

 

 

Summer 2016 Authentic Voice and Sculptures

 

Fall 2015 Independent Research and Authentic Voice  FasTrack and DLiTE

 

Summer 2015 Independent Research, Authentic Voice and Sculptures

 

 

Summer 2014 Authentic Voice and Sculptures

 

Spring 2014

 

Fall 2013 Authentic Voice and Sculpture

 

Summer 2013 Authentic Voice and Sculpture

 

Spring 2013

 

Fall 2012 HR Students

 

Summer 2012 Fastrack

 

Spring 2012a DLiTE

 

Spring 2012 FasTrack

 

Fall 2011 Students 1

 

Summer 2011

 

Spring 2011  FasTrack

 

Spring 2011 DLiTE 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments (2)

Robert Turner said

at 11:16 am on Jan 27, 2012

My brother's girlfriend has a great bumper sticker on the rear side window of her car. Since it's not on the bumper, it's more of an invitation to think about the message rather than accept it as truth. It goes something like this: "The less art a child gets, the more it shows". Children are artists by nature. If we deny our nature, our creative growth is stunted. Art, including music, encourages students to embrace all their senses and to incorporate their whole experience into some form of creative expression.If fostering independent thinking is the goal of modern education, then art needs to be at the center of everything we do as teachers.

Bonnie Bottoms said

at 9:27 pm on Apr 15, 2012

I LOVE this Robert!! Hooray for your window on the what's important! We should start a thread on this somewhere over in the other area, and think about how arts education might nurture and develop the ability to embrace multiple perpectives!

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