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Category Archives: Artistic Interludes
Special Post: Radio Interview on Creativity
Interview with John Cole at WDVR. Have a great weekend!
Posted in Artistic Interludes, The Mondays Tagged Creativity, dar hosta, education, interview, public radio, radio, WDVR 2 Comments
Special Announcement: Kimberly Is Coming!
Kimberly Carmody is coming to the Summer Educator’s Institute! Read all about it.
Special Not Monday Announcement… Scholarships!
If you have been following the information on my Summer Educator’s Institute here in Hunterdon County, you will be pleased to know that you may now apply for scholarship monies to help defray the cost of attending. Application and information … Continue reading
Posted in Artistic Interludes Tagged brod bagert, carla sonehim, Children, Creativity, dar hosta, education, K-12, learning, new jersey, professional development Leave a comment
IRA Poem From “Camp Read & Write A Lot”
First of all, a huge, huge thank you to all the enthusiastic participants who came to my session with Claudia McVicker! I had so much fun with you! I have been beating the creativity drum for many years now and … Continue reading
Posted in Artistic Interludes Tagged dar hosta, education, International Reading Association, IRA, literacy, Poetry, reading, writing 4 Comments
Special Not Monday Announcement!
Hello Friends! Since so many of you who stop by this blog are educators, I am making a special Not-Monday Announcement. Ever since I met my friend and educational colleague, Deb Barends, in 2003, she and I have been cooking … Continue reading
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