As I know I mentioned before, I was fortunate to spend a week in the Project Zero Classroom program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education this summer studying the big ideas of prominent figures in education. One of the big ideas I encountered is Making Thinking Visible, introduced by Ron Ritchart and David Perkins. […]
Today I opened up the glue sponge containers, two full years after I wrote about them here, and guess what? They are still rockin’! All I had to do was pour in more glue and they were ready to use. Two years later and I still LOVE the glue sponge!
Saturday morning, removing my phone from the charger, I see I have a new email in my school account. Of course I check it, expecting spam on a Saturday. So glad I did – it has already made my day: Hi Alice, Tessa loves art class and had fun showing me what she did yesterday […]
After eight months since using them last, I opened up the glue sponge containers today and I am happy to report there is neither mold nor an odd smell. I simply freshened them with more glue and they are good to go! Original Glue Sponge How To Article
It is the best thing ever. I learned about this last weekend from another art educator’s blog that I found on Pinterest: Mrs. Humpal’s Room I’ve been teaching for 15 years now and had never seen this idea until last weekend. I’m not kidding when I tell you that I couldn’t wait to get to […]