SchoolArts Magazine

OCT 2014

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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Table of Contents October 2014 Theme Envisioning Elementary 20 Spirited Animals Linda Sachs Totem animals inspired by Sue Coccia. 38 Milagros: Wishes for Our Community Laurie Navarro and Ryan Krippendorf Students create milagros to communicate wishes for the community. Early Childhood 32 Make Your Mark Wendy Libby A school-wide focus based on the book, The Dot. Middle School 17 Loop by Loop Eleanor Voyvodich Collaborative yarn bombing. 34 Towers of Tolerance Neal Roberts Promoting diversity and harmony in the school and community. All Levels 27 Story Quilts Come Home Pam Stodghill Day A special exhibition of the narrative art of Marion Coleman. 50 Children's Drawing in Mexico Diego Rivera An article from the February 1932 issue of SchoolArts, written by artist Diego Rivera. High School 30 The Synectics Project Christopher Sweeney Results of a student driven curriculum. 36 Making Meaning with Handmade Books Jeanne Bjork Exploring meaningful personal topics through art. Looking & Learning 23 Contemporary and Fine Art Karl Cole and Robb Sandagata Laylah Ali and Artes Guadalupanos de Aztlán school arts Inspiring Creativity since 1901 October 2014 $4.95 Envision school arts On the cover: Student work from "Loop by Loop," page 17. Correction: Juliette Montague, who wrote "Putting it All in Perspective" in the August/September 2014 issue, teaches in New Albany, Ohio, not New Albany, Indiana. Her e-mail address is montague.1@ Exclusive bonus article! 5 Connect with us on 30 20 27 32 23

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