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  • An Art Teacher

    A few weeks back I spent a week subbing for an art teacher.  She had an unbelievable schedule.  Not only did she not have have a prep period (not common, but something I've seen a number of times), but she did not have a lunch break.  She had a class of two students over the usual lunch period.  She was even double booked during that period, so ...
    Posted to Mr. C. Pretends To Be... (Weblog) by Anonymous on May 2, 2012
  • What Is Art? Free Introduction to Art Worksheet for Classroom Teachers

    Art opens new worlds for students to view and question what they see in different ways. Get a free introduction to art worksheet that can be used as the backbone of a whole classroom discussion and will get your student's brains ready for the topic at hand. What is art? What is it not?
    Posted to Techie Teacher (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 19, 2012
  • An Art Teacher (Long Term 12)

    In one of my classes I have a student who is obsessed with Jelly Bellies.  He often likes to blurt out ideas for new flavors.  These are usually random things, often with the intent to ''gross out'' whomever is in earshot.  Today, near the end of class he called out, ''Mr. C's mustache!'' I laughed much harder than I should have, before I caught ...
    Posted to Mr. C. Pretends To Be... (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 8, 2012
  • An Art Teacher (Long Term 9)

    I've been on this assignment for about four full weeks now, and things are pretty much falling into a normal routine.  One thing that I have been doing is asking the advanced high school art students to give me their own critique of their work, before I grade it.  I don't think this is asking too much, and more than once it has resulted in kids ...
    Posted to Mr. C. Pretends To Be... (Weblog) by Anonymous on February 24, 2012
  • An Art Teacher (Long Term 7)

    In addition to teaching art classes, I spend a period each day in the library.  The first 20 minutes are spent reading the elementary kids, followed by 20-25 minutes of supervising them while they check out books, and then the rest of the time I shelve books. I had a group of kindergartners in today.  They come in the same day every week, but ...
    Posted to Mr. C. Pretends To Be... (Weblog) by Anonymous on February 14, 2012
  • An Art Teacher (Long Term 5)

    I over heard the following conversation today in one of my high school art classes. Student 1: Wait, who's Bill Murray? Student 2: You don't know who Bill Murray is?  Dude, he's a comedian.  He was in Space Jam. I spent time after school mounting some student work on large sheets of cardboard, so that I can hang them in the hallway. ...
    Posted to Mr. C. Pretends To Be... (Weblog) by Anonymous on February 9, 2012
  • An Art Teacher (Long Term 1)

    Well, it's official.  They gave me keys and everything.  For at least the next six weeks I will be the art teacher at a small, semi-rural middle/high school.  As things become routine, I imagine my blog posts will diminish in frequency. The teacher I'm subbing for called me last night, and we spent nearly an hour on the phone going over her ...
    Posted to Mr. C. Pretends To Be... (Weblog) by Anonymous on January 31, 2012
  • The Process of Creating: Handle with Care

    There are element of the process of developing a character that is worth sitting down and taking notes on. I would also argue that the deconstruction of any audition is worthy of spending countless hours on. The preparation before an audition, rehearsal or show is the nuts and bolts of an actor’s process and what puts the [...]
    Posted to Lord...What's My Motivation? (Weblog) by Anonymous on January 26, 2012
  • A Secondary Art Teacher

    I walked into school today expecting the usual boring art class lesson plans of: ''The kids should continue working on their projects, they know what they're doing.'' Instead, when I walked into the office I was greeted by the principal with, ''oh, Mr. C, what are you doing for the next two months?'' Long story short, I may have an ...
    Posted to Mr. C. Pretends To Be... (Weblog) by Anonymous on January 26, 2012