June 22, 2016

Learning Philosophies

Check out this information on learning philosophies!  I am appreciating that it is set up perfectly for visual learners! The back ground color groupings, graphic images, […]
September 27, 2012

Austin Kleon Visual Thinking for Writers

I just discovered Austin Kleon who is a writer and artist from Austin, Texas.  I am especially interested to see that he is an author who […]
August 30, 2012

Start by Drawing Small

What a brilliant way to use an office supply!  I am inspired to know that other visual artists are comfortable practicing their drawing skills with small […]
August 13, 2012

Play as a Creative Strategy Video

Here is another video clip with a creative strategy that I made several years ago.  Unreasonable expectations can become a huge stumbling block when learning a […]
April 12, 2012

Deomonstrating One-Point Perspective Box

If you are like me, you are most successful learning a new skill by having three steps.  These steps include, someone “showing me how to do […]
January 30, 2012

How do you learn best?

Are you interested in understanding more about how you learn best?  Here is an example, if you need directions, do you prefer to have a list, […]
January 11, 2012

Noodling and Doodling to Remember

Do you find yourself doodling on your agenda page while sitting in a meeting?  Are you able to retain information better when you are taking notes […]
January 7, 2012

Silicon Valley School without computers in the classroom.

Is there a balance of computer use and tactile style learning that is needed in the classroom.  Interesting point of view at this school.  Article