During the week of December 7, CoTA held a virtual bookmaking workshop for teachers at Mary Chapa
Problems…challenges…disappointments…roadblocks…it is the human disposition
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a leopard for a day or an owl for
We all know about Mondrian and his grids, right? Or should I say right angles?
Composition with Large
Can a teacher use art to better understand math? As a teaching artist, I’ve found
Monday morning cobwebs are definitely a thing. The weekend is history. A new week and all its potential
Check this out! A paper toy that demonstrates multiplication. A hand-made multiplication model.
Scott Burton sits down with CoTA teaching artist Tori Rice.
Tori, what do you find most rewarding
Warm Up: “Not A Half”
Print copies of the following template.
Use a curve, zig-zag,
“I’ve never gardened before,” said one of the parents in the class. This was the second round
Number 2 in a series of posts dedicated to playful exploration of math concepts, incorporating visual
Fun with Dot Cards
Number 1 in a series of posts dedicated to playful exploration
Near the end of every semester, a gleam enters the eyes of teachers and students. It is
While English is the de facto national language in the United States, it is by no means
Why is it science exists? How is it that we know what we know about the world
It’s strange how much a shift in perspective can impact the learning experience.
I have always been an advocate for deadlines. I know many teacher and artist peers feel
I have found, throughout the course of my teaching experience, that my greatest assets
While integrating the arts in any form is sure to bring excitement to the classroom,
When I first started teaching, I did not feel like a teacher. Every time I stood in front