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Chris Parker May 16
Sup art peeps
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૮ℓαµ∂เσ ƶαѵαℓα ʝ૨. May 16
Replying to @aweninspiration
Never give up, never surrender!
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Laura Grundler May 16
Always improving - I think I like this one better
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૮ℓαµ∂เσ ƶαѵαℓα ʝ૨. May 16
Replying to @ArtLadyHBK
It's about the journey. So much learning happens along the way!
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૮ℓαµ∂เσ ƶαѵαℓα ʝ૨. May 16
Thanks for joining the tonight! Remember making mistakes when creating is ok! Keep at it!!
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Matthew Neylon 2h
Very excited to co-host with 4 other Matt’s this week! Follow the hashtag on Thursday at 9:30PM EST and join the conversation!
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Laura Grundler May 16
The more you know the more your grow ..... we learn from mistakes
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Brian Rozinsky May 16
Hypothesis: Not all mistakes are created equal. Corollary: Distinguish between measure-twice-cut-once mistakes & what-the-heck-take-a-shot-see-what-happens mistakes.
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૮ℓαµ∂เσ ƶαѵαℓα ʝ૨. May 16
Q5: The book, Beautiful Oops!, Barney Saltzberg shares ways to take mistakes and make something beautiful out of it. What is your Beautiful Oops! Moment?
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Jeri ✌💜🎨 May 16
A3, My whole point I drive home with my K-2 kids is that mistakes are learning. You can't know what is wrong unless you try!
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Laura Grundler May 16
A1: FEAR- fear of not meeting expectations - fear of being embarssed ----- not being perfect etc.
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Russell Richmond May 16
A2 this happens lall the time with Glazing in HS ceramics. We just had a great Hapoy accisent a couple of weeks ago. A Ss potter read the glaze combo wrong and reverses it.. the results... beautiful new glaze
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Laura Grundler May 16
Failure isn't Final Failure is Opportunity
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Russell Richmond May 16
A1 I think I avoid mistakes because then I must admit that I was wrong😂 Honestly happens so much Im pretty used to it by now.
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Linda Lea Evans May 16
A.1. When I taught 5th or 1st grade I told my classes I will make mistakes....if you spot one or hear one let know...I used it as a form of engagement or being in the moment
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Kim Zajac May 16
A3: Showcase the attempts as successes not just the final products. The real win is in the process we take to what we create.
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MT : Here are my 5th gr Ss flying (transformed using and ) then given an Animation path using over their cityscapes in
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૮ℓαµ∂เσ ƶαѵαℓα ʝ૨. May 16
Q4: When we were children, it was easier to play, get dirty, pretend and have fun learning. How can we create environments in our school that encourages play and mess making?
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Howard K. Kiyuna May 16
A1: I was gonna say the externals: embarrassment, ridicule... but I think the internal beatings are there as well. I’ve been reading Growth Mindset research since 1990. Change is hard.
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Matthew Weimann May 16
Replying to @ClaudioZavalaJr
A2: I blogged about one of my all time biggest failures. I built this gigantic pirate ship in my classroom. The artwork was a tremendous success! But, I hadn't checked with anyone to see if it was okay to build it. The whole thing had to go:(
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