This week, we asked Colleen Quinn, our Lower and Upper Elementary movement instructor, to share a favorite story that illustrates that moment of joyful discovery when an idea really clicks for a student and the “aha!” epiphany brings new life to learning.
Colleen’s Virginia Reel Story
“Aha! Dancing CAN be fun!”
The Upper Elementary students [...]
The Inly Middle School students in the spring art elective class had the opportunity to create a sculpture for a specific destination—the Student Outdoor Sculpture show (through June 6, 2010) at the Art Complex Museum, in Duxbury, MA!
Above: A student-made video of installation day
Students worked together in small groups, and [...]
By Pam Golden, Inly Art Instructor
It is wonderful to have the opportunity to exhibit student work in an art gallery! Inly students recently participated in the Art Forum art opening, held on May 5, at the South Shore Art Center, in Cohasset. The artwork on display was created by sixth through eight grade students in [...]
“It takes teamwork, teamwork, to win a baseball game.
It takes teamwork, teamwork, to make yourself a name. TEAMWORK!”
-From The Artful Dodgers,
Words and music by Mary Donnelly and George O. Strid
They sang, they danced, they delivered snarky and heartfelt lines with perfect timing. They are the students of Inly’s three Lower Elementary classrooms, and Thursday, May [...]
This week, we asked Meri-Lee Mafera, our Lower and Upper Elementary music specialist, to share some of her favorite stories that illustrate those moments of joyful discovery when an idea really clicks for a student and the “aha!” epiphany brings new life to learning.
Meri-Lee’s Cannon Story
It constantly amazes and delights me when [...]