Choice-Based Art / March 2016
February 10, 2016

Choice-Based Art / March 2016

Choice-Based Art classrooms are working studios where students learn through authentic art making. Control shifts from teacher to learner as students explore ideas and interests in art media of their choice. This concept supports multiple modes of learning to meet the diverse needs of our students. Learn more at teachingforartisticbehavior.org I’M INTERESTED IN MAKING ARTISTS by Ian […]

Random Thoughts … / February 2016
January 08, 2016

Random Thoughts … / February 2016

Random Thoughts … About Art and Education UH OH, I MADE A MISTAKE by Jerome J. Hausman Over the years, there have been so many times I’ve observed a student stop drawing after making only a single mark. Looking at a virtually blank space, he or she typically says, “Uh oh, I made a mistake.” […]

Random Thoughts … / November 2015
October 12, 2015

Random Thoughts … / November 2015

Random Thoughts … About Art and Education INVENTION AND CREATIVITY by Jerome J. Hausman Each of us is born into the world at a particular time, in a particular place. How remarkable life can be! Like a seed planted into a specific context, there are certain potentials that are then reconciled, nurtured or repelled in […]

Random Thoughts … / September 2015
August 11, 2015

Random Thoughts … / September 2015

Random Thoughts … About Art and Education WHAT IS WORK? by Jerome J. Hausman Growing up, I was subject to certain assumptions that were firmly embedded in our language and expectations. One such term was “work.” I assumed those who could do so “worked” in certain kinds of activities: business, community services, education, health professions, […]