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Creative Ways to Help Students Manage Their Emotions: A Q&A from Rayne Lacko and Lesley Holmes

By Rayne Lacko and Lesley Holmes, coauthors of Dream Up Now™: The Teen Journal for Creative Self-Discovery Integrating art and creative projects into your classroom curriculum is a great way to help students gain self-awareness of their emotions, discover safe … Continue reading

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Sketchnoting in School for Increased Retention and Understanding

By Susan Daniels, Ph.D., author of Visual Learning and Teaching: An Essential Guide for Educators K–8 So . . . what exactly is sketchnoting, and why sketchnote in school? Sketchnoting is a form of visual note-taking that includes words and … Continue reading

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How Drawing Helped Me Cope with My Learning Difference

By Trevor Romain, author of Bullying Is a Pain in the Brain I remember the very first time I experienced the power of art in learning. It was in my special education class at primary school in South Africa. I was … Continue reading

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