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These Moody Interiors Make Us Want to Rip Out Everything and Start Over With Dark Wood and Oxblood - Sight Unseen
We couldn’t be more taken with the moody interiors by Dutch design firm DAB Studio, run by Lotte and Dennis Bruns in Amsterdam. Two recent projects of theirs, in particular, have us itching to redo everything in rich tones of dark wood with oxblood accents.
Kennethlingdesign saved to Insta-home-nordic4
I spent a lot of time looking at how to create a portfolio before I was able to design my own. Based on my professional experiences, here are some of the best graphic design portfolio examples.
KS Mughal saved to Read later
Do you want to create a preschool portfolio for the students in your classroom? Portfolios are a great way to demonstrate student progress over time. Here are some of my best tips to help you set up and organize preschool portfolios in your classroom.
Steph saved to Quick Saves
If you're a creative freelancer, you're going to need a portfolio to showcase the work you've done and get clients to hire you. Here're some tips.
Can you list ways your teaching portfolio stands out from the crowd? If not, read and implement these portfolio organization tips and strategies for teachers.
Profe de Diseño saved to Diseño bach
I got the idea to write this post based on a recent discussion about teaching portfolios in the Facebook Art Teachers group. I thought sharing parts of mine might be helpful to a prospective teach…
Ashton Archer saved to Art classroom
The Irish Fizz Cocktail takes on your classic Fizz and brings some Irish ingredients into play. Perfect for those cocktail lovers of lemony acidic flavors.
Dana Twaddell saved to st patricks day
77 pages of editable portfolio printables to help you get started with student portfolios in your preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classroom.
JESSICA saved to Preschool classroom 💗💓💞💞
This professional portfolio highlights the work that I do. I give you a look inside at what I included, ideas, and tips to make your own.
Katarina Richardson saved to Kindergarten
Here are just some of the ideas I use in my classroom to help keep my students organized: Each student has a "Work in Progress" Folder in their desk. They use this folder to put any unfinished work in. Anytime throughout the day that they have time, they are to get this folder out and finish any work in it. This really helps the students keep from shoving papers in their desk. I really don't let the students keep much in their desk. They have their "Work in Progress" folder, journal, 1 book…
Cristina Stoverink saved to Classroom basics