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Retiree Teaches the Value of Art to the Elderly

Reviewed by Mary McLaughlin, Ma-TESOL; M.S. SpEd The archetypal image of the stubborn old curmudgeon, set in their ways, is one that is stuck in the imagination. Award winning movies like Up, Gran Torino, and Nebraska all feature elderly leads …

High School Art Teacher Joins Dismaland Project

Reviewed by Mary McLaughlin, Ma-TESOL; M.S. SpEd High school art teachers are used to seeing email requests from their fellow teachers asking to help in a variety of school activities. Could you help chaperone? Would you cover detention for me? …

Art Teacher’s Mural Project Teaches Kids Recycling

Reviewed by Mary McLaughlin, Ma-TESOL; M.S. SpEd Teachers are always looking for ways to connect their lessons to the world outside of their classroom. By showing students that their classroom activities have real world applications, teachers can help students to …

Children’s Book Features Art from 50 Art Teachers

Reviewed by Mary McLaughlin, Ma-TESOL; M.S. SpEd Released in August 2015, “If Picasso Went to the Zoo” was published by Firehouse Publications, a children’s book featuring art from fifty different art teachers from around the world. Within the book are …

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