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7 Things I’ll Miss About Studying Abroad In An American Liberal Arts College

Originally posted on Pink Pangea.

As the semester draws to a close, there are a lot of things that I’m going to miss about studying in a small liberals arts college in North America. 616 more words

Ciara Cohen-Ennis

Landscape Painting & the Group of Seven, 2015

I designed a unit on landscape for my grade 8 students. We started with a group exercise where they had to sort images of paintings by Group of Seven artists, guessing which ones were made by the same artist, and then explaining their choice of groupings. 107 more words


Before and After, 2015

After having painted landscapes and learned to draw in one point perspective, the next project for my grade 8 students was to imagine an alternate landscape and draw it over their paintings with sharpie on a sheet of clear acetate. 48 more words

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Experience Week Visual Journal Assignment, 2015

The Loyola secondary 4 students spent one week in March doing volunteer work either in the Dominican Republic, Belize, or at various community organizations in Montreal. 109 more words

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5 Lessons for the Class of 2015

It’s May, which means Commencement Season is upon us. In fact, first lady Michelle Obama and actor Denzel Washington have already delivered some pretty stellar speeches at Tuskegee and Dillard universities, respectively. 368 more words


Cardboard Sculpture, 2015

This project was developed as a 3D option for my secondary 3 and 4 students at Loyola High School. I asked them to design and build a recognizable object out of cardboard. 29 more words

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