I am a reader. I am at my best when I have new information to process and to apply to my teaching and my life. Recently, a mentee asked me to provide a list of reading materials to shift her from her standard thinking and teaching patterns. Here is a list of resources which have shaped some of my professional and personal development in recent years. Though the list here is non-fiction, I also recommend fiction, fiction, and more fiction. – Heather Vaughan-Southard (Dance)
What books would you add?
For Getting Students to Respond Critically to Their Art and the Art of Others
For Engagement, Creativity, and Productivity
Food for Thought in Reaching Hard to Reach Kids (and Adults)
For Thinking Like an Artist:
For Re-thinking the Status Quo
For Remembering What it is Like to Learn Something New
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