October 13, 2016

Last Friday my students were able to take part in a drawing workshop at SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design), Hong Kong. They got a tour of the historical building followed by a Cubist drawing workshop run by one of the SCAD professors. 

It was a wonderful experien...

November 13, 2015

Being asked to provide evidence of student growth and learning is a large part of teaching. Traditionally teachers marked and kept a grade book, wrote reports at the end of terms that would be shared with students and parents. However, this system is abstract and often...

November 5, 2015



Earlier in September I went to Chiang Mai in Thailand to attend the Asia Region Art Educators Workshop. This wonderful conference is held annually in different schools in Asia. The best about this is that it is organised by art teachers for art teachers. The worksho...

November 5, 2015


This was sent to me via a friend on Pinterest and it resonated strongly with me. 

I am a firm believer in cross-curricular units and arts integration. In fact, one of the first and most successful cross-curricular units I've done was a Renaissance art unit with grade 8...

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