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Taking Back The F-Word

My pet peeve these days is that everyone assumes that when describing lessons, the word “fun”  implies a crappy lesson lacking depth that involves running around, searching for things, spinning endlessly on the spot or solving a murder mystery. 356 more words


Art Miles Japan -- Our successful completion!

Grade 6s in Mme Caudarella’s class at  École Edward Johnson participated in a Global Project called Art Miles Japan this year.  It is coordinated through the… 170 more words


My Mini Hadron Collider That I Couldn't Do Without

When I was twelve my physics teacher sprinkled the class with enthusiasm in the best way he knew how- a BBC news clip and a print out. 804 more words


In the Waterman Gallery


Clara Lieu

Teaching Assistants
Cj Ormita
Alexandra Alemany
Alex Kiesling
Leyla Margolis-Brooks

This one week homework assignment asked students to choose a single inanimate object. 106 more words

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My freshman drawing students this semester currently have an exhibition in the first floor gallery of the Waterman building at RISD. The exhibition features one week homework drawings from the "Texture" assignment I give the second week of class. Read more below.

Becoming A Professional Musician, Is It Worth It? My Story Part 2

Boom! I was studying for my level 4 teaching diploma and my A levels all at the same time. It was a huge struggle and looking back I could have done a lot more work. 267 more words



Today was an exciting day because I went on a trip to London with my uni! The day started early as I had to leave my house for the train station at 6.15am, eek! 315 more words


Poetry, Poetry, Poetry!

Two of my favorite things are poetry and Poetry Out Loud. However, I missed the deadline to sign up my school for the POL competition this year… They moved the date, and it was at the beginning of this semester… It’s a stressful time of year, but there are no excuses. 494 more words