The Earth Without Art

Tweet I first saw this saying while looking through magazines to create a vision board during last summer’s Teacher Art Retreat.  I quickly tore out the page and hung it in my office at home. Just the other day, I was visiting with a local artist, Renee Schneider (who happens to be this summer’s Teacher […]

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Detach and Choose

Tweet So, what’s the most popular thing to write about this week?  Yep – New Year’s resolutions.  The posts and articles are everywhere and here I am adding to the mix. In class, I am having my students reflect on their pasts and presents in order to visualize what they want for themselves in the […]

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Thank You!

Tweet Thank you for registering for the Teacher Art Retreat!  You will get an email confirmation in the next 24 hours. We are looking forward to sharing time with you.  If you would like to take a look at the workshops you will be attending, please visit the 2013 Teacher Art Retreat page. Enjoy your […]

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Holiday Music

Tweet Holiday music can bring such joy to people of all ages.  Yes, you may get sick of it after a while, but you have to admit, there’s something magical about it as it does only come but once a year.  Here is a great site I want to share with you that has links […]

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Another Beethoven Birthday

Tweet Here, at The Inspired Classroom, we do not let a December 16th go by without a mention of a very important December holiday – Beethoven’s birthday. I used to celebrate this special day each year with my grandfather, a man who loved Beethoven’s music as well as appreciated the man himself.   Now, I open […]

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So Thankful

Tweet A great Thanksgiving week is done and more holidays are fast approaching, but I would be remiss if I didn’t take a moment to give thanks for all that is alive and well here at The Inspired Classroom.  The online community is a wonderful place to grow as a professional and as a person.  […]

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And That’s Why I Burn the Bacon

Tweet Every morning, my husband and kids like to have bacon with their breakfast.   My husband is usually the one to cook it (I’ve gone veg myself), but usually I get things rolling for him by putting it in the pan.  Well, there are undoubtedly those mornings where the others in my house take a […]

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Shake the Sketch Winner!

Tweet Congratulations to Alicia Schordine for winning a copy of Shake the Sketch by Susan Riley. Still interested in getting a copy of this book for yourself?  Visit our review of the book and check out the Shake the Sketch info page to order your own copy.  This is a great resource for all teachers and […]

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My Summer Projects

Tweet I know the end of the summer is not here, but it sure feels like it!  The commercials on TV are all about back to school.  I’m getting emails from my principal and our school’s secretary about class lists and sending letters home to parents.  And, to top it off, I’m starting to feel […]

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