Education, Teaching Methods & Materials, Arts & Humanities
Oedipus Rex and Plato at the Crossroads by Marlin Roehl
Greek drama is as relevant today as ever—it is high energy and archetypal. Dramatic arts motivate and engage students kinaesthetically, visually, and linguistically, and Greek drama provides a rich framework for language arts and comparative ...
Jane and Jeremy Learn to Knit by Elizabeth Seward
“Unhurried education, and teaching to the heart through stories, develop a lifelong love of a continually unfolding process of learning and loving the world.” Teaching through Stories: Jane and Jeremy Learn to Knit will encourage you to take things ...
A Transposition Method for Wind Musicians by Randal C. Noyes
Transposition. What is it? How do you do it? Why and when does a musician need it? How do you get started learning it? In Noyes Notes…on Transposition, trumpeter, music educator, and technical writer Randal C. Noyes uses simple, concise language to ...
The SPARKS Guide for Educators and Counselors by Margaret Jones Callahan
In Mindfulness-Based Art: The SPARKS Guide for Educators and Counselors, art therapist Margaret Jones Callahan offers step-by-step instructions on bringing Mindfulness into the art studio, counselor’s office, or classroom. Here, you discover the ...
by Tessa Mendel
“Weaving together theory, personal experience and a deep knowledge of the power of Art to transform individuals and communities, Mendel has written a comprehensive and accessible book that fills the meaning and how-to gap skirted by much of the ...