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Visual Storytelling by Denise M. Cassano

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Testimonials

[testimonial name=”Gino Severini” subname=””] “One of the main causes of our artistic decline lies beyond doubt in the separation of art and science.  Art is nothing but humanized science.” [/testimonial] [testimonial name=”John Sloan” subname=””] “Nature is what you see, … Read More

Observe

This is precisely what writers and artists do- they see what everyone else doesn’t. For students to become better writers, mastering the art of observation is crucial.  Using Corn Dog Art Images helps students to practice their observational … Read More

Interpret

Interpretation is subjective.   Every student who views an illustration has a unique experience.  How one person interprets the mood, colors and details in the image is completely unique.  Using Corn Dog Art images in this way teaches students to make … Read More

Create!

We are all born with the ability to create and it is our responsibility as teachers to foster creative thinking in our students.   Creativity increases children’s ability to innovate, problem solve and think divergently.  There is nothing better than being … Read More

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