Where Does a Work of Art Start?

By Holly B.F. Warren (Atelierista and creator of the Think Tank) A work of art can be created with words, notes, movement, sound, light, food, photography, clay, stone, natural materials, and paint—to name a few. A work of art has aesthetic value as it combines different elements in its creation. Where does a work of art […]

Working With Place

By Gillian Judson Collaboration. What do you think about when you hear that word? In the context of educators’ professional learning and development, the word “collaboration” will likely bring to your mind a myriad of memories and emotions: perhaps, sitting with colleagues long after students have gone home for the day, or now, in COVID […]

Further Reflections of LiD in a K-3 classroom: Arts based LiD inquiry

By Cecily Heras (MEd student & CIRCE Academic Council member) It has been a good first two terms so far with LiD in the K-3 classroom.  To varying degrees, each of the students has engaged in their topic. They have each asked good questions and have openly shared their growing expertise with myself and others.  […]