Entries in the category Humanities and Art

Friday, April 17, 2015 ~ Comment (6)

MICRO Think Tank: April 17, 2015

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by Ms. Denis

The MICRO Think Tank is Strattonville's venue for venture reflections every Friday. Students and Facilitators may choose to write reflections in Micro Journals or in the comments that follow the post.

Please write in complete sentences.

The MICRO Think Tank thought prompts this week are reflections on Opera for the Young's presentation of Beauty and the Beast for Stratton Academy of the Arts.

1. What was your favorite part of the Opera version of Beauty and the Beast?

2. What kinds of activities do we do at Stratton that could help you grow up one day to be a singer, musicianactor, dancer or artist like the actors who performed for us today?

3. BONUS QUESTION: If you have seen the movie, Beauty and the Beast, how was it similar or different from the Opera we watched this morning?

(P.S. Mr. Kashnig's class did a great job performing today!!)

Friday, March 13, 2015 ~ Comment (7)

MICRO Think Tank: March 13, 2015

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by Ms. Denis

The MICRO Think Tank is Strattonville's venue for venture reflections every Friday. Students and Facilitators may choose to write reflections in Micro Journals or in the comments that follow the post.

Please write in complete sentences.

The MICRO Think Tank thought prompts this week are:

After discussing our new "Strattonville Behavior Report,"

1. What do you feel are 3 important expectations of employees?

2. What do you think is the hardest to follow? Why?

Thursday, February 12, 2015 ~ Comment (7)

Micro Think Tank: February 13, 2015

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The MICRO Think Tank is Strattonville's venue for venture reflections every Friday. Students and Facilitators may choose to write reflections in Micro Journals or in the comments that follow the post. In February, the MICRO Think Tank prompts coordinate with African American History month.

Singing Songs of Sadness and Hope 

​Blues, Jazz, and R&B (Rhythm and Blues) are deeply rooted in the songs of African slaves' work songs, gospel, and Negro spirituals. 

~ More on Micro Think Tank: February 13, 2015

Thursday, January 22, 2015 ~ Comment (0)

Market Days captured by the News-Gazette

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Check out the great photos captured by the News-Gazette yesterday! Great Market Day to share with the local community, Strattonville!

Friday, January 16, 2015 ~ Comment (16)

MICRO Think Tank: January 16, 2014


The MICRO Think Tank is Strattonville's venue for venture reflections every Friday. Students and Facilitators may choose to write reflections in Micro Journals or in the comments that follow the post.

Please write in complete sentences.

Please answer the questions after watching the video:

The MICRO Think Tank thought prompts this week are:

1. What is your favorite art project that you have done so far this year? You can talk about something you have done in your venture, in art class, music class, drama class, with Krannert Art Museum, or in your own classroom.

2. Were there any art projects you saw in the video that you would like to do? What were they?

Wednesday, April 23, 2014 ~ Comment (0)

Market Days


Strattonville Market Days highlighted by the Strattonville TV Studio.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014 ~ Comment (0)

Karaoke’ Cafe


Strattonville's TV Studio worked with the Karaoke Cafe to create a PSA (Public Service Announcement)

Friday, August 03, 2012 ~ Comment (1)

Mary Ciaccio discusses her passion for art.


This video is in an interview with Mary Ciaccio, Magnet Curruclum Specialist discussing her work and passion for art. This video is part of a culminating project that was created during a training with WILL TV Radio. ​

Friday, August 03, 2012 ~ Comment (0)

Erin Uppinghouse’s Story


Erin Uppinghouse sharing a personal account of her hobbies and interests. In the video, Erin introduces herself and shares her interest in literacy and athletics. ​

~ More on Erin Uppinghouse’s Story

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