Q. I can’t get my kids to really listen to each other. They are always blurting over each other.
A. You have to use the Classroom Rules with the smile. Every time. Each and every time there is blurting or
Q. But what if the character is really good and falls flat, even with a good emotion and a good reason for that emotion?
A. I am quite happy to provide the students with boring instruction by providing worksheets for
Q. You spoke about how the word chosen for the one word image should come from the class. What if the class simply cannot come up with anything interesting?
A. Oh that happens! But I am always ready for such classes
Just wanted to let you know how things were going over here in Silverton. I just did my first one word image with students in 4th period today (level 1 class). We have been in school since
Steven Ordiano in this report from the field adds still more new information to our deepening understanding of one word images. Thank you so much as well to Kathrin Shechtman in Germany, our artist in France, who first made the