Getting published is EXCITING!! I know I shared recently that I had Clip Cards published in School Arts Magazine in November and December. WELL, I also had one published in this month's issue.
Reading a book always works for me to motivate my students. In this case when it comes to rainbows I have two different books I like to share.
A Rainbow of My Own can be purchased from Amazon click here.
Pete's Rainbow I purchased at a museum gift shop when I was in Ireland. I did find it at Amazon.co.uk here.
After reading the book, I modeled the steps for them and stated my expectations.
EOC's my students took at the end of the last school year I noticed I didn't focus as much on comparing differences and similarities across various cultures. I have included a resource from Nancy Walkup, editor of School Arts Magazine that would be wonderful in teaching patterns. Even if all you share are the magnificent photographs. I believe this lesson would also be very valuable in opening up a dialog about how different cultures can be compared and contrasted.
SCHOOLARTSROOM.COM Understanding the Art of Islam.
Oh and since I'm sharing my published articles, the first article I had published was in the October 2007 issue of School Arts Magazine.
October 2010, under Managing the Art Room.
School Arts Magazine is always looking for articles from us art teachers. Click here for their guidelines.
I am curious as to whether any of you out there has a lesson you were like to get published? Please feel free to bounce those ideas off me!
Thanks for reading!