Take a look at the  benefits  of  pottery for students
<ul><li>The arts are essential to every child's education, which is why the arts are one of the core academic subjects in ...
You take a mound of moist clay, place it on the potter’s wheel and form it to your heart’s content. As the wheels turn and...
Wedge the clay
Research studies point to strong relationships between learning in the arts and fundamental cognitive skills and capacitie...
Center the clay
No Subject Left Behind: A Guide to Arts Education Opportunities in the 2001 NCLB Act , which  is a guide for state and loc...
Open the Clay and Form the Bottom
www.aep-arts.org/resources/advocacy.htm .* <ul><li>The AEP Web site also provides linkages to its more than 100 member org...
Throwing the mug
Pottery Benefits to troubled children <ul><li>Utilizing clay makes it possible for the mind to focus on only one thing and...
Compress the rim
<ul><li>the actions required with creating ceramic ware reduce signs and symptoms of the mental disorders by offering sett...
Trim the Pot
There is no wrong and right method to create art, the benefits are practically magical. You may see thoughts of inferiorit...
Cut the Pot Off the Wheel
<ul><li>Students can gain from pottery. Getting your hands dirty is one of the greatest decisions to clean up stressed, bu...
Alter and decorate to desired results are achieved
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  1. 1. Take a look at the benefits of pottery for students
  2. 2. <ul><li>The arts are essential to every child's education, which is why the arts are one of the core academic subjects in the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). </li></ul>The Importance of Arts in Education <ul><li>In addition to studying the arts for their own sake, experiencing and making works of art benefits students in their intellectual, personal, and social development, and can be particularly beneficial for students from economically disadvantaged circumstances and those who are at risk of not succeeding in school. </li></ul>
  3. 3. You take a mound of moist clay, place it on the potter’s wheel and form it to your heart’s content. As the wheels turn and the clay takes shape, your body and mind works harmoniously with each other, using the environment along with the universe. Therein lays the therapeutic value of pottery.
  4. 4. Wedge the clay
  5. 5. Research studies point to strong relationships between learning in the arts and fundamental cognitive skills and capacities used to master other core subjects, including reading, writing, and mathematics.
  6. 6. Center the clay
  7. 7. No Subject Left Behind: A Guide to Arts Education Opportunities in the 2001 NCLB Act , which is a guide for state and local arts and education leaders to learn more about the federal No Child Left Behind Act and the multiple opportunities for arts education. It provides a brief overview of the legislation, including where to find specific references to the arts, descriptions of individual programs with arts-specific examples that have received funding, and links to Web sites for additional information. No Subject Left Behind is available at www.aep-arts.org/resources/advocacy.htm .*
  8. 8. Open the Clay and Form the Bottom
  9. 9. www.aep-arts.org/resources/advocacy.htm .* <ul><li>The AEP Web site also provides linkages to its more than 100 member organizations and state- and local-level arts education partnerships, and offers a free electronic newsletter and listserv. </li></ul>
  10. 10. Throwing the mug
  11. 11. Pottery Benefits to troubled children <ul><li>Utilizing clay makes it possible for the mind to focus on only one thing and, hence, to forget all disruptions, pressures and problems of the daily grind of life. </li></ul>
  12. 12. Compress the rim
  13. 13. <ul><li>the actions required with creating ceramic ware reduce signs and symptoms of the mental disorders by offering settings for creative personal expression in a non-threatening, non-discriminatory and non-judgmental way. </li></ul>
  14. 14. Trim the Pot
  15. 15. There is no wrong and right method to create art, the benefits are practically magical. You may see thoughts of inferiority and insecurity melt away to be swapped out by self-worth, self-esteem and self-confidence. Add in the reality that working with clay causes your thoughts to concentrate and you will notice that the individuals report reduced occurrences of anxiety attacks.
  16. 16. Cut the Pot Off the Wheel
  17. 17. <ul><li>Students can gain from pottery. Getting your hands dirty is one of the greatest decisions to clean up stressed, burdened and pressured mind and body. </li></ul>
  18. 18. Alter and decorate to desired results are achieved

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