Tag: reggio inspired

Labor of Love

Labor of Love

I was thinking about the complexities of “labor” today, on this Labor Day eve. I was thinking about the labor or role of the teacher. …

 

Bigger and Better than Ourselves: Humility

Bigger and Better than Ourselves: Humility

I thought I was going to write about Wonder, but instead I’ve changed my mind.I have been thinking about and researching the importance of Wonder …

 

Focusing on love.

Focusing on love.

In August, most of our school met for a retreat. At one point, we were asked to go around the table and share our intention …

 

The Children Got the Closest.

The Children Got the Closest.

There is a symbiotic relationship I have with my profession/s. Artist and Atelierista.When I am both teaching and creating art I am immersed in and …

 

“Every day we are engaged in a miracle which we don’t even recognize” -Thich Nhat Hanh

“Every day we are engaged in a miracle which we don’t even recognize” -Thich Nhat Hanh

 

“This”

“This”

I believe that theory and practice are indeed the pedals on the bicycle and you need both to move forward. (Loris Malaguzzi coined this phrase)   It …

 

Grit

Grit

Intent. Studio work has so much of this, in so many forms. There is poetic languages and memories made and found that offer new possibilities through creating, …

 

The Anatomy of Mark Making

The Anatomy of Mark Making

 

So much. So exciting. So scary.

So much. So exciting. So scary.

After a small summer break from blogging, I am back. I felt a bit overwhelmed on where to start, so a list came to mind. It is …

 

Heads Together

Heads Together