My smart little art class in future


Without any doubt, I foresee myself as an art teacher which inspires me the most in my life. This blog -image represents my smart little art class in future. This wonderful image reveals the power of art that can be taught to the kids and flourish their mind beyond text books. “Children are attending schools, opening books in order to open their minds. Learning is not only quenches the mind of its thirst for knowledge, but it is the quintessential building block for advancement throughout life”. This quote illustrates through art teaching how a teacher can glow the light of knowledge among kids.

As I was browsing this blog site, I concurred with the idea “practice the painting and drawing everyday”. Actually this is the best way to learn and retain knowledge. When I was interested to learn art and paining, I was practicing every day and ultimately it has become my keen interest in life. Also, I believe art is to be shared. I have gained so much from others sharing their own art experiences and knowledge, I think this blog would be a great way for me to give something to my classmate to comprehend my style of teaching in future. “PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT” Yeap…

This quote defines the core of who I am and the person that I daily strive to be. I want to spread the knowledge like splendid torch that falls to next generation.

Life is no brief candle for me. It is a sort of splendid torch which I have got hold of for the moment and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible before handing it on to future generations.” George Bernard Shaw

I found two Best videos that will help everyone. I myself would use it as well 😛

Top 10 Proven Classroom Management Tips for Teachers

Top 10 Reasons to Use Technology in Education


5 thoughts on “My smart little art class in future

  1. I heard that they are planning on taking out art out of schools. I don’t know how true that is though. Art class will give students a chance to be creative, which is superb. I love the quote by Mr. Shaw.

  2. Its true what Ms. Redwood said, looks like your going to have to fight for what you believe and force art to be taught at all schools

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