The formation of a personal pedagogy and the informing of an art-making practice.

CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT

ALISON

ROBIN 

THOMPSON

Students require a safe and encouraging classroom environment in order to grow in their abilities. In providing an open space for creative thinking and problem solving, children are free to learn and interact.

Students Engage in Critique
Students Engage in Critique

The class gathers around collaborative artwork and analyzes elements seen in the final product.

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Goofy Class Picture
Goofy Class Picture

Students pose for a picture; many "rep" their mustaches in reference to a group installation on the mustache trend.

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Paint without Brushes
Paint without Brushes
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Students Engage in Exploration
Students Engage in Exploration
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A Student Creates and Plays
A Student Creates and Plays
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Experimentations in Color
Experimentations in Color
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Learning Proper Use of Materials
Learning Proper Use of Materials
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The Class Poses
The Class Poses
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Non-Traditional Materials
Non-Traditional Materials
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Students Critique Artwork
Students Critique Artwork
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Students Critique and Evaluate Work
Students Critique and Evaluate Work
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Creative Problem-Solving
Creative Problem-Solving
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Reflective Practice
Reflective Practice
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Students Critique and Analyze
Students Critique and Analyze
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Students Reflect on their Art-Making
Students Reflect on their Art-Making
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A Happy Birthday Greeting
A Happy Birthday Greeting
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artistry in education