MiniMatisse
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This highly motivating, one-point perspective lesson will allow each student in your classroom to learn at the speed that is best for them. Students will have continuous formative feedback from you, the teacher. This lesson embeds seven recorded
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This lesson is created as a way to introduce students to a short biography of influential people. The targeted age group of Bit-O-Bio is elementary age students. The lesson is designed to be presented as a warm up or brain break during class. The
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This lesson is created as a way to introduce students to a short biography of influential people. The targeted age group of Bit-O-Bio is elementary age students. The lesson is designed to be presented as a warm up or brain break during class. The
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This lesson is created as a way to introduce students to a short biography of influential people. The targeted age group of Bit-O-Bio is elementary age students. The lesson is designed to be presented as a warm up or brain break during class. The
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This highly motivating, fibers lesson will allow each student in your classroom to explore and create on their own. This lesson has a QR code that brings students to a recorded video showing them how to sew a button. The video is designed for early
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This lesson is created as a way to introduce students to a short biography of influential people. The targeted age group of Bit-O-Bio is elementary age students. The lesson is designed to be presented as a warm up or brain break during class. The
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This lesson is created as a way to introduce students to a short biography of influential people. The targeted age group of Bit-O-Bio is elementary age students. The lesson is designed to be presented as a warm up or brain break during class. The
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This highly motivating, fibers lesson will allow each student in your classroom to explore and create on their own. This lesson has a QR code that brings students to a recorded video showing them how to create a fiber web. The video is designed for
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This lesson gives QR codes and/or URL links to two one-point perspective video lessons. This was created to be used with MiniMatisse: Self-Paced, One-Point Perspective Unit which provides a whole packet for students teaching the steps to one-point.
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This highly motivating, fibers lesson will allow each student in your classroom to explore and create on their own. This lesson has a QR code that brings students to a recorded video showing them how to create a crochet chain. The video is designed
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If you are running a choice classroom or simply want to introduce watercolors to your whole class, this might be a good fit for your class. Student scan a QR code or type in a shortened URL. This will bring them to a recorded lesson. After watching
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This lesson is created as a way to introduce students to a short biography of influential people. The targeted age group of Bit-O-Bio is elementary age students. The lesson is designed to be presented as a warm up or brain break during class. The
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This lesson is created as a way to introduce students to a short biography of influential people. The targeted age group of Bit-O-Bio is elementary age students. The lesson is designed to be presented as a warm up or brain break during class. The
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This worksheet is to support the Dot Day Celebrations from the post featured on my blog, MiniMatisse.blogspot.com. It will take 4 artists to make a Dot with this worksheet. Students must each decorate a worksheet coloring all the way to the edges
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This worksheet is to support the Dot Day Celebrations from the post featured on my blog, MiniMatisse.blogspot.com. It will take 4 artists to make a Dot with this worksheet. Students must each decorate a worksheet coloring all the way to the edges of
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This sheet can be copied onto tag board and cut to Artist Trading Card size. This card can easily be placed in the collection of your students cards to remind them of the required information on the back of their ATC. This worksheet is supported
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This activity sheet supports a lesson plan prompted by a visit from Minnesota's own Mike Wohnoutka. He is an author/illustrator/artist who had a great message for our students. He told about his book but the best part was, he talked about his art
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This highly motivating, fibers lesson will allow each student in your classroom to explore and create on their own. This lesson has a QR code that brings students to a recorded video showing them how to braid. The video is designed for early
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Participating schools will download and fill out the PDF included here. This download includes a welcome letter, expectations of the trade, a checklist for participants, and links to supporting documents. For more information about the Swap,
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This template supports the Artist Trading Card Swap on MiniMatisse.blogspot.com blog. These cards can be trimmed down to 2 1/2 by 3 1/2 inch cards for trading.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

A bit about me... I attended UW Stout and received a Bachelors of Art Education. My first job was in a rural city in Wisconsin teaching high school. My husband moved from his position to try construction management so I followed him to Minnesota. Here I got a job as a preschool teacher and shortly after I was working in an urban school in Minneapolis. I taught elementary for one year under that contract. I then moved to a suburban area where I was a traveling teacher with no room, on a cart/ in the teachers lounge/in the cafeteria. But I was teaching Art and loving the elementary level. After 3 years I got a full-time job, great room and wonderful students at Rogers Elementary in Rogers Minnesota. During this time I took my Masters of Education from St. Mary's University. I worked at RES for a total of 7 years when a retirement in the Middle school came up. I was able to apply and was accepted for what was an amazing experience with middle school students. I worked 3 years at Rogers Middle School and last year was asked to travel again. I was moved from shifts in our district and now am in my 4th year working at Hassan Elementary. I teach on a 6-day rotation teaching about 750 students. I have had the opportunity to teach adults as well. I taught as an adjunct teacher at the University of St. Cloud, as well as being an online instructor with The Art of Education website. I present often at conferences for technology and Art Education.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I invite you to visit my blog. I have been working on it for several years now and it's about my experiences with creativity and art education. I truly enjoy getting to know other art educators and creative souls on this platform. I have been inspired by so many teachers that share so freely what they are doing. Please visit to get a better understanding of what I am doing in my classroom and what has inspired me throughout the years. My blog is MiniMatisse.blogspot.com

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Professional Awards and Accomplishments: Published in School Arts Magazine Jan. 2010 Jan. 2012 Nov. 2012 Aug./Sept. 2014 District #728 Primary Teacher of the Year Award, 2009/2010 Speaker at The Art of Education Conference: National Online conference for art teachers June of 2013 January of 2014 July 2014 January of 2015 July 2015 January 2016 July 2016 Speaker at the Minnesota Art Education Conference November 2013 Speaker NAE conference, Chicago 2016

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

UW-Stout, Bachelors of Art Education St. Mary's University, Masters in Education Continuing Education credits, Learners Edge, The Art of Education and St. Mary's University.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I invite you to visit my blog. I have been working on it for several years now and it's about my experiences with creativity and art education. I truly enjoy getting to know other art educators and creative souls on this platform. I have been inspired by so many teachers that share so freely what they are doing. Please visit to get a better understanding of what I am doing in my classroom and what has inspired me throughout the years. Visit MiniMatisse.blogspot.com

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