SchoolArts Magazine

DEC 2008

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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Earn Professional Development Credits with the Leading Art Education Publisher Davis Summer Institute for Art Educators Hosted and chaired by Marilyn Stewart, author of Davis' NEW Elementary and Middle School Programs, Explorations in Art, and series Editor of the popular Art Education in Practice Series. Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, July 13–16, 2009 Experience four lively days with prominent leaders in art education in a series of hands-on workshops addressing the most pressing issues and topics in our field, including one full day exploring galleries and museums in New York City. Registration fee includes ground transportation from Philadelphia airport, room and board, museum entry, and 30 hours of professional development with certificate awarded. Graduate credits available, please contact us if you are interested. For more information visit or contact Toni Henneman at Davis Publications, Teacher-Tested New products tested and reviewed by art teachers just like you! Workforce Tote by Little Man Teacher: Christine Gunipa, former art teacher, Covenant School, Arlington, Massachusetts Level: Teachers Review: When I was teaching, I always had too many things to carry and not enough hands! I needed to consolidate. Specifically, I wanted a functional bag that could hold my teaching supplies as well as personal items like my cell phone, wallet, keys, etc., and still look good. The Little Man Workforce Tote met all of those requirements. Measuring 14 x 16" (35.5 x 41 cm), it was an easy fit for my planning books and papers. The three inside pockets worked well for my personal purse items, while the key ring kept my keys from getting lost. In addition to its practical functionality I love all of the fabric selections available. I also appreciate that it is a limited product and is artisan made in Massachusetts by a former teacher. It offers a happy alternative to leather and plastic. Circle No. 352 on Reader's Service Card Circle No. 158 on Reader's Service Card 15

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