SchoolArts Magazine

MAR 2009

SchoolArts is a national art education magazine committed to promoting excellence, advocacy, and professional support for educators in the visual arts since 1901.

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schoolarts Table of Contents the Future On the cover: Artwork by high-school student Design Rigor from Teacher-Student Portfolio on page 16. education First in art $4.95 March 2009 since 1901 ating THEME: Anticip Elementary 34 Fender Benders Miranda Nelken Anticipating future car ownership. 40 Theme Anticipating the Future Middle School 38 The Hexagon Project Beth Burkhauser High School 21 An invitation to participate in Interdependence Day. Deļ¬ning Peace March 2009 YouCubes Carla Valentino Printmaking for personality. 21 38 Marie Huseman Lindsay A peace symbol mural. 40 28 All Levels 33 Wait! Wait! I Have an Idea! Marcia Hirst and Dianne Cinkovich 36 Clay Portrait Boxes Nancy Corrigan Wilbert Making plaster casts to use with clay. When was the last time you heard this in your classroom? Early Childhood 24 Learning with Armadillo Ray Kathy Hubbard and Chelsea Terrell 42 SchoolArts Santa Fe Summer Workshops Nancy Walkup Join SchoolArts in Santa Fe in July 2009. Wherever you see this icon, go to for additional student artwork, project templates, and more! Literacy and art for learning English. 43 Companies that Care Showcase 54 Just Clay Showcase Corrections: The February 2009 edition of Looking/Learning was written by Kim RobledoDiga, school programs manager, and Allison Valchuis, education programs assistant at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. In the same issue, the Gallery Cards were written by Kim Robledo-Diga, Allison Valchuis, and Ellen Lupton, curator of contemporary design at Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. In "Adinkra Banners," the photo of the Adinkra cloth was taken by Ricardo Martinez. 5

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