Celebrate Beethoven in the Classroom

Beethoven

Tweet Special Announcement! It’s finally here – a new addition to The Inspired Classroom’s book store…. and it’s a good one too! Celebrate Ludwig van Beethoven in the Classroom: A Resource for Classroom Teachers and Music Teachers Alike by Elizabeth M. Peterson This eResource is built for any teacher who enjoys music, especially that of […]

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Book Sale

Inspired by Listening book

Tweet It’s still Cyber Monday-Week, so we’ve cut the prices on books.  Consider getting an arts integration book for yourself or someone else for the upcoming holiday or just because.  Inspired by Listening, usually $24.95 is now $20 and Integrating the Works of Norman Rockwell into Reading Instruction, usually $4.95 is now only $2.95! Quick […]

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Less is More – Giving Thanks

Tweet Thanksgiving is a time for family and, of course, being thankful for all that we have.  Last week, when I wrote Less is More: A Personal Reflection on Work, Tech and Life, I was overwhelmed by the response from people who commented, tweeted and sent me emails in reply.  There are many people who […]

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Less is More – A Personal Reflection on Work, Tech and Life

zen-garden rock

Tweet Ever feel overwhelmed?  I’d be willing to make a large bet that more than 90% of the people reading this will say loud and clear, “YES!” That’s how I’ve been feeling lately with many things and I’ve been contemplating all the ways I can try and simplify things at school, at home, on the […]

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A note to our subscribers…

Reading

Tweet First I would like to thank all the people who subscribe to The Inspired Classroom’s feed.  It brings me much joy to know that people are reading our content on a regular basis. You may have noticed that there was an interruption in our feed.  I believe it is now resolved, and I apologize […]

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You Just Can't Skip the Process

Tweet A windy road, A straight shot. Hills and valleys, Easy peasy… Regardless of how we get there – it’s a process! Have you ever been in a situation where you knew where you wanted to go, you just had to get there?  Maybe you needed to complete a task and there were a dozen […]

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To Our Subscribers

Tweet Our dear subscribers – those who have opted to get our posts delivered to their email each time new material is posted: I need to explain what has happened over the last few weeks.   As we made headway in switching hosting services, something happened to our Feedburner account.  I’m still not quite sure […]

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The Creative Process is a Learning Process

Tweet It’s exciting to have Alicia guest blog here at The Inspired Classroom.  Her work as an artist and educator gives a great perspective on the creative process.  Here she talks about the 5 Ps of the Creative Process – inspiring, for sure!  ~EMP The creative process is so often shrouded in mystery; perpetuated as […]

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Guest Blogger – Julie Simon

Tweet Hi All!  My name is Julie Simon and I had the pleasure of working with Elizabeth this summer when I took her course Learning Through the Arts. Since 1997, I have been teaching in an integrated preschool program in a public school.  During that time, I spent two years moving and grooving with toddlers […]

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