Thursday, January 26, 2012
ProD days... teaching teachers the art of clay in the classroom... providing a wonderful handout along with a day of learning and enjoyment
Participation Workshop Feedback Form
Workshop Title: GET DIRTY
Facilitator: KJAER NELETIA PEDERSEN
Date of Session: Friday, January 20, 2012
School: Yennadon, Maple Ridge, BC
I REALLY APPRECIATED….
Your demonstration of all the different techniques at the beginning. Thanks for letting us play. Had a great time.
Lots of free time to explore and create with the clay. The handout is wonderful – love all of the photos!
All the demos and info
Time to do some hands on work with the clay. Some good examples for projects.
All of the fantastic ideas, information, handout! Great attitude of Kjaer!
Hand out with lots of ideas. Chance to work with clay and take work home.
The hands on learning, the quick but thorough explanation of different techniques, the ability to expore, the info pachage!
The flexibility and generosity of spirit. Thank you for a lovely morning.
Her help, creativitiy and easy to follow directions. Loved the workshop.
-the instruction – the free use of materials – the offer of free class workshops – excellent handouts
All the great ideas and package
Getting my hands in the clay. I also really liked seeing the clay demonstrations. I also really appreciated using the stamps and various tools that were supplied.
- I loved the speed of demonstrations. – Lots of hands on experience. – Lots of take home
SUGGESTONS FOR CHANGES /ADDITIONS TO THIS WORKSHOP?
None! This was really fun and interesting. Lots of great ideas to try with students.
Some way to be able to glaze / fire pieces later on would be lovely – even if we had to pay a bit of money for this additional step.
Awesome as is.
How to troubleshoot when things go wrong when working with clay
Connections to Social Studies Curriculum like ancient studies etc. some completed examples.
Some completed examples
More time maybe 30 minutes more minimum and finished examples
I’M STILL WONDERING ABOUT……
How I could use a kiln, painting pottery etc…..
Where I could access a kiln for future projects.
How we can do this every week J
Trying to “fire” or “not fire” what it might look like.
Loved this workshop! Thank you so much!
Thanks so much! I loved it, can’t wait to take it into my classroom so they can get dirty too!
This was great for practical suggestions that we can take right back and use
Thank you so much and for providing the additional class workshops.
Please note that this was truly EXACTLY AS WRITTEN BY THE PARTICIPANTS
Posted by Kjaer Neletia Pedersen at 9:52 PM