Judy Lynn
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Have you been looking for a way to make the color wheel more interesting and creative for your students? This PDF format booklet contains three f...
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This short movie is designed to be used by teachers in a step by step lesson to teach students to draw this simple penguin drawing. The teacher p...
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This video shows how to roll out clay and cut out slabs for a ceramic box. The process applies to other slab clay projects as well. My method mi...
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This DVD contains 5 demonstrations specifically made for art classrooms in upper elementary through middle school. The demonstrations show how to...
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Four art project tutorials based on Horton Hears a Who, By Dr. Suess; Harry the Dirty Dog, by Gene Zion; and Tucker's Four Carrot School Day, by ...
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching art for 21 years. My experience includes all grades from k-12. Currently I am teaching elementary art k-5.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

UW Whitewater, Whitewater, WI 53190 BSE National Louis University ME 2009

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

When I was an art student at UW-W, I was under the impression that as an artist-teacher, I couldn't/wouldn't use any ideas from any other source for my lesson plans. They had to be completely original, and not a copy from any body else. Therefore, I didn't look at anything any other teachers had developed. I struggled with each lesson plan on my own. Then one day I noticed one of my classmates coming up with all sorts of ideas, and I asked her how she did it. She said, "I look at lots of books (of art projects)". That was enlightening. "You mean it is ok for an artist/teacher to actually get ideas and lesson plans from another source???" Teaching is different from being an artist, I found out. Funny how the UW professors in Art Ed never really gave any concrete ideas on how to be an art teacher at the elementary/secondary level.