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The Poetry of Seeing offers art lesson ideas and inspiration, as well as thoughts on art education, product reviews, classroom organization, and more!
Classes for children of all ages serve those in southern New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Learning to See Through Art Making
As an art teacher with a continuum of experience from high school through elementary, I believe in schooling children of all ages in the art of learning to see through art making.
I look for opportunities to instill a broad spectrum of art experiences where students not only explore a variety of art materials, but also learn about themselves and the world around them.
Seeing the classroom as an extension of the larger world, I teach life skills such as being proactive, planning and prioritizing, and considering others through listening and learning from them.
Believing in instilling 21st Century skills at the earliest ages, I also look for opportunities to transfer my knowledge from my 16 years of experience in design-related fields completing my time outside of education in a dual role as Creative Director/Project Manager for a Philadelphia-based internet firm.
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I love your blog! I am a former primary PYP teacher in the international schools (teaching Kindergarten and Grade One), and I really believe in the power of developing creativity and thinking through the arts. Keep up the great work!!
Thank you so much for dropping by and liking my blog, thingsunderstood.wordpress.com. I really appreciate your support and interest in my photography.
With kindest wishes,
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Thank you so much for dropping by Jacqueline and sharing a little something about yourself. I’m glad you like what you saw. Blogging certainly is a labor of love, right? Thanks again for stopping by. Always appreciate comments!
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