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friday five

This year Patrick and I had a blast making Christmas especially alternative and inspirational- see below for my favorite D.I.Y. moments and ideas:

1. Interested in helping me design an introductory Arduino workshop at work, and just in general getting me better versed in electronic and programming lingo, Patrick gifted my very own… 176 more words

Friday Five

Beyond What is Necessary

Holidays challenge me.

In my role as a teacher, one of the hardest parts of a holiday is accepting gifts from my students. Post-Santa, I was raised to understand that celebratory gifts are, conceptually, an exchange – you give a gift, you get a gift, with some attempted equivalency of value. 1,490 more words


Quiz: 10 Hard Education Questions by @TeacherToolkit

Here is my education quiz, designed for all my blog readers throughout 2014. The answers are at the foot of this blog. 375 more words


Are The Arts Appreciated In Schools?

So I have been having a very busy time at school recently, as I am in my final year at school studying for my GCSE’s. On top of that I like to take part in all of the performances going on, so I have been involved with the dance show, the school musical and the school carol concert. 469 more words


Give Young People The Opportunity To Experience The Arts.

Remember when you had the opportunity to experience something new. Remember the thought, the anticipation, and the excitement you felt because this was going to be something you had not done before. 262 more words

Arts Education

Coming Soon to Inly: Alice in Wonderland

by Donna Milani Luther, Head of School

In 2007 we hosted our first show featuring The Inly Players—Peter Pan. The year after was Annie, then came Oliver, then The Wizard of Oz, … 552 more words


Look for these student art projects driving all over town

Mayor Karl Dean recognized 70 Metro Nashville Public School elementary art students from 38 schools as finalists and winners in the “Nashville Beautiful” art contest on… 162 more words