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Art Club Fun: Let's Draw and Paint Like Famous Artists (Ongoing)
learners per class
How does a "One-Time" class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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What is a dream board? Simply put, a dream board is a way for you to ask yourself what you want to accomplish, what matters to you, and to be able to have a visual means to see those answers. No two dream boards are ever alike and a dream board can be refreshed year to year or even potentially month to month. Dreams boards are a great tool to have at any age, even if you don't know what your dreams and goals really are yet. This class will break down the dream board into six sections and...
Students will learn how to talk about their goals and how to show them visually. Students will learn what it takes to break down goals into further manageable parts. Students will learn how to assess their own goals or how to ask themselves questions in order to find a goal. Students will also learn that goal setting doesn't just have to be about a career or college and that it can also be about hobbies and socialization.
As a working artist, I often have to set long and short term goals to make freelance work successful. I believe that a dream board can be both something to aspire to and something that can help someone keep accountable to short and long term goals. As a creative writing instructor and playwright, I can help weave strands of ideas together so there's one narrative story of what a person might want to attain as well.
Completion of the dream board is up to each student but the groundwork for success is laid during this class.
A way to take notes, access to a powerpoint or google slides program, and/or a printer or magazines if they want to make a dream board collage style in the physical world on a triboard or poster board. That's up to the student themselves though.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Obviously with goal setting, some students make come in with home life issues that may present certain obstacles to success. If the topics (such as home life) become too stressful or graphic or are overly distracting, the conversation may be moved along but I've yet to have a discussion based class where those lines needed to be drawn. I am aware of them though.
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