Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Whenever I get the chance, I try my hand at a little vGraffiti. The photo above was taken at a train station in Boston this summer. However, I don't post that much on this blog anymore.
I still like the blog format but posting to other social media is some much convenient. I don't need to open a browser and type, I just take the picture and share. Sometimes I share on Twitter but more often than not I post to the Critters on Zonkey Street Facebook page. Check them out.
Also taken in Boston at MassArt.
Friday, July 07, 2017
If a freak milk accident that sparks life to a half cow, half stegosaurus isn't weird enough, imagine how strange it's going to get when Trip Stanley's class start's drinking the milk!
How To Milk A Dinosaur is the original version of the book How To Milk A Dinocow, published by Peak City Publishing, LLC. That version of the book is out of print but the story is virtually the same in How To Milk A Dinosaur
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Monday, June 19, 2017
After two years of writing, editing and editing... The Open Art Room is ready for pre-orders! Based on years of experience, both successes failures, working with the students at Apex, The Open Art Room provides a student-centered approach to art instruction at the secondary level.
The Open Art Room By Melissa Purtee and Ian Sands
Taking inspiration from a variety of contemporary approaches, this book presents a framework for Choice-Based instruction for Secondary Level (grades 6–12) Art Education.
The Open Art Room provides a student-centered approach to art instruction that is inspirational, practical, and classroom-tested.
• Flexible instructional frameworks with options for beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels of Choice
• Assessment for Choice-Based art teachers
• Unit plans, bootcamps, mini-lessons, and classroom examples
• Clear connections to the National Core Art Standards
• Engaging stories of student struggles and successes