Engaging students and creating learning pathways is and ongoing challenge for elementary and middle-school teachers.
Engaging students and creating learning pathways is and ongoing challenge for elementary and middle-school teachers. Accessing the physical, mental and emotional components of each child is certain to engage them in the learning process.
The Draw to Learn Program for Students and Educators:
- Step by Step Proven Method to transform students into confident learners who effectively draw, and create
- Enhance creativity and problem solving mechanisims.
- Build and Improve neuro-network
- Pair Curriculum standards in various disciplines with the mechanics of visual art
- Eye- hand coordination and observation building – creating improved reasoning and relationship connections
- Discovery, invention, investigation implementation
- An opportunity to be creative, and relax
- An improved stress-free method for transfering information
- Time away from traditional curriculum instruction
The Draw to Learn program can be delivered in a half day presentation and can be expanded as per the need of the school.
Margaret Welty, has been teaching children within the k-12 system and also those who matriculate out of the k-12 programs. She has a passion for children, and integrates the arts into the learning process to increase learning pathways. Margaret believes art and drawing can be utilized in every aspect of required curriculum from history to math, to help students better grasp concepts and materialize theories, for improved retention and active learning. Margaret helps students to become visually literate, and to integrate this literacy into all aspects of their lives.
Margaret Welty holds a MA in art from Cal State, with post graduate work in Sacramento, and taught art for over 25 years to both adults and children. Margaret created commissioned art for Exxon, Raley’s Corporate Headquarters, Sheraton, Hyatt, San Bernardino County and many others.