Louvre At First Sight

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Great way to start a year or unit in photography. Excellent handout guiding students through the Dos and Don’ts of photography. This lesson will help students learn how to balance the artistic and technical sides of photography with suggested
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In the spring of 1974, the six brothers Yang were digging a well in the rural region of Xi’an, China. Bits of pottery found during their digging were discovered to be fragments of sculpted clay in human form. Archaeologists eventually uncovered 3
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Artists rely on symbols to simplify an image, represent abstract ideas, or help tell a story. With this lesson, students will learn about symbols in the art world and be prepared to create their own artwork conveying symbols that are integral in
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These lessons will help students develop an understanding of the seven elements of art, learn the vocabulary surrounding each element, and create artworks that successfully use each element. Bundle includes: —An introduction to the element of:
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Great way to start a year or unit in photography. Excellent handout to teach students the steps of caring for their photography equipment. This lesson will help students understand the expectations of a photography classroom, learn the steps of
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September 11, 2001 is a day that changed the United States forever. Many photographers risked their lives to bring back the unforgettable images of that day. These images created a detailed portrait of these ominous events and served as a powerful
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What makes Ai Weiwei so unique? One of the most influential artists of our time, Ai Weiwei is a political activist currently being held captive in his home country of China. His recent exhibit at Alcatraz Island called "@Large" was met with huge
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One of the most iconic images of our time, Dorothea Lange’s “Migrant Mother” captures the era of the Great Depression. This lesson will introduce Dorothea Lange to students while guiding them through higher level thinking. NOT JUST FOR ART
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Frank Lloyd Wright is one of America’s best known and influential architects. This lesson will introduce students to Frank Lloyd Wright while guiding them through higher level thinking. A great way to lead students through image analysis with a
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A great way to introduce students to image analysis with an excellent graphic organizer to teach students the steps of describing, analyzing, interpreting, and judging images. This lesson will help students understand visual culture and literacy,
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Ansel Adams was a visionary in photography and nature conservation. Adams' work in preserving the wilderness, leadership of the Sierra Club, and landscape photographs have inspired generations to appreciate natural beauty and the value of
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Not all artists use pencils, paint, and clay in their artwork. Some artists chose to get their message across by using tires, LEGOS, paper, chocolate, and even garbage. This lesson will introduce students to unconventional art media while guiding
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This lesson will help students develop an understanding of value in art, learn the vocabulary surrounding value, and create artwork that successfully uses value. Lesson includes: —An introduction to the element of value. —Vocabulary words and
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Andy Goldsworthy is a sculptor and photographer who brings attention to environmental questions by constructing site-specific artwork using the land as both a medium and an inspiration for his work. This lesson will introduce students to Andy
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Symbols surround us everyday, some we understand, and some we do not. For example, travelers to Japan might misinterpret the manji symbol for a swastika, both having very different meanings. With this lesson, students will develop an awareness of
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The Modernist movement became a popular style of photography during the 1910s-1940s. Modernist photographers produced straightforward images of modern life with the lens in sharp focus. This lesson will introduce students to Modernist
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This lesson will help students develop an understanding of line in art, learn the vocabulary surrounding line, and create artwork that successfully uses line. Lesson includes: —An introduction to the element of line. —Vocabulary words and
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This lesson will help students develop an understanding of form in art, learn the vocabulary surrounding form, and create artwork that successfully uses form. Lesson includes: —An introduction to the element of form. —Vocabulary words and
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ELEMENT OF ART: COLOR This lesson will help students develop an understanding of color in art, learn the vocabulary surrounding color schemes, and create artwork that successfully uses color. Lesson includes: —An introduction to the element of
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THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT Students will develop an awareness of the Civil Rights Movement, learn about artists Gordon Parks, Danny Lyon, Warren K. Leffler, & Maya Lin, and respond to prompts. This lesson will introduce students to the Civil
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have over 12 years of experience teaching and enjoy working with artists of all ages and levels of experience.

MY TEACHING STYLE

It is my belief that an educator's mission is to make school enjoyable, exciting, and enlightening--if students look forward to attending school, they will learn. Art is the perfect arena for demonstrating this philosophy.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2014 American Youth Leadership Program Educator Peru, 2012 Fulbright-Hays/Hyogo Japan Fellow, 2011 Qwest Foundation Teachers Technology Grant Recipient, 2010 Toyota International Teacher Costa Rica

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Ohio State University Master of Arts, University of Nevada Las Vegas Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Science, University of Rhode Island -- National Student Exchange, Southern Oregon University -- National Student Exchange. Certificates: 2009 National Board Certification—Art: Early Adolescence to Young Adult, California Single Subject Teaching Credential K-12 Art, Cross Cultural, Language, and Academic Development Certificate (CLAD)

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Conference Presentation: "Daily Activities to Help Students Evaluate Art"—National Art Education Association National Convention, New Orleans, March 2015

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