Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Visualizing the Rhizome

TAB Teachers disseminate knowledge in many ways. Large group presentations are one way.

Students select a center to begin their art activities.

Students formulate ideas as they work from centers. They may also change their plan,  begin  a new idea or new collaboration.

Johnny and Suzy offer two examples of the changes that can occur when choice is afforded students in a TAB Classroom. Rhizomatic learning experience may flex in many different ways, depending on the students and the teacher.  TAB classrooms are dynamic places to learn and create art.
The rhizome reforms after the teacher's introductory presentation on Leonardo and reconfigures once individuals take control of their activities. The TAB classroom is conducive to a multitude of creative activities where the hum of purpose-driven activity and collaboration drive conversation and action.

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