Smorgasbord – Posts from Your Archives – “Art, Music and Technology by Jennie Fitzkee

Thank you, Sally, for sharing my story of art and music woven with technology. It was a remarkable week.

Smorgasbord - Variety is the spice of life

I recently invited you to share some of your posts from your archives. It is a way of giving your earlier or favourite posts a chance to be read by a different audience. Mine.  Details of how you can participate is at the end of the post.

Jennie Fitzkee has been a pre-school teacher for over thirty years, I have reblogged several of her posts because they demonstrate how a dedicated and passionate teacher can ignite imagination and a passion for books and music in the very young.

In this last post in Jennie’s current series, ( I am sure that there will be more from her in the future), she describes the wonder for both children and teachers to be found in the magic of music especially when combined with creating art.

Art, Music and Technology by Jennie Fitzkee

We’re learning about France in the classroom and also studying…

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About Jennie

I have been teaching preschool for over thirty years. This is my passion. I believe that children have a voice, and that is the catalyst to enhance or even change the learning experience. Emergent curriculum opens young minds. It's the little things that happen in the classroom that are most important and exciting. That's what I write about. I am highlighted in the the new edition of Jim Trelease's bestselling book, "The Read-Aloud Handbook" because of my reading to children. My class has designed quilts that hang as permanent displays at both the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia, and the Fisher House at the Boston VA Hospital.
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4 Responses to Smorgasbord – Posts from Your Archives – “Art, Music and Technology by Jennie Fitzkee

  1. beetleypete says:

    I left a comment on Sally’s blog, Jennie.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Congratulations on a fine article celebrating your lovely soul, Jennie! You touch so many, and we are all the more better from it. xo

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