Teaching art to challenging students

Challenging students saw the advantage of taking risks and expressing their creativity in their art, rather than kicking up a fuss in class.

At an earlier point in her career she was volunteering in an asylum in Mexico. Here’s the impact she had there.
Marion is now recognized as one of the Who’s Who of Canadian Women.

2 Comments

  1. June

    I had a gifted class where they were terrified to do anything that wasn’t “perfect” in their eyes and then I had the GLD (general learning disorder) class. The GLD kids were by far the most creative, motivated and talented. They didn’t fear failure!
    Thx for the clip.

  2. Steve

    She has had an amazing series of experiences, it is those “interesting” groups and individuals that make our careers so fulfilling! Love is so much about what we do!!

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