© 2013 Marla McLean
The Intent, the Process, and the Beauty
This post is a continuation of my last post The greatest small gift, (March 6th.) I like to think of it as a continuing conversation or an opportunity to share documentation in a different “language.” It is my hope that through the two posts a deeper and fuller understanding of my work with young children is better understood and valued. More importantly that project work and children’s work is better understood and valued.
15 Mar This entry was written by Marla McLean, posted on March 15, 2013 at 8:49 pm, filed under Atelierista, insects, Marla McLean, mobiles, observation, preK children, project work, Reggio, studio learning, Uncategorized, wire and tagged aesthetics, beauty, intent, persevering, process, project work. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post. Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.
Older: The greatest small gifts
Last month I attended a tremendous conference in San Francisco called Educating for Creative Minds: Using Brain Science to Ignite Innovation and Imagination. From the conference …