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Sandra Phaup

CETA Teaching Artist

various Kennedy Center Partner locations

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Background Information

Employment History

Workshop Leader and Writing Specialist

March 28 Kennedy Center


Coordinator, Fine Arts Gifted

Arlington Public Schools


[Leonardo] Da Vinci Project Writing Teacher and Leonardo Information Provider

Barcroft Elementary School


Web References(12 Total References)


www.apsva.com

Sandra Phaup, fine arts gifted coordinator presented Art, Writing, and Third Grade Science; Pamela Clark of ASFS/Randolph presented Pre-Assessment: A Powerful Tool in Differentiating Math Instruction; Christine Hoska, Jamestown/Nottingham and WendyCohen, Barrett/McKinley presented Using Design Briefs in the Classroom; Helen Malone, Taylor/Tuckahoe and Angela Thorpy, Taylor presented Social Studies and Language Arts Come Alive with Tableau; Dr. Elaine Powers, Kenmore presented User-friendly Independent Study for Middle School Students; Anne Reed, W-L and Elizabeth Burgos, Gunston presented Sleuthing the Sources: Investigative Units Using Primary Sources; and Heather Hurley, ATS presented 21st Century Storytelling: Differentiating Instruction Using Digital.


www.apsva.com [cached]

Sandra Phaup, sphaup@arlington.k12.va.us, 703-228-6168Fine Arts Coordinator


www.al.com

Sandra Phaup, a teacher with the daVinci Project at Barcroft Elementary School and coordinator of Fine Arts for the Gifted in Arlington, Va., will discuss ways for students to develop thinking and writing skills, using careful observation of a visual artwork as a starting point. $25.


www.acadianacenterforthearts.org

presented by Sandra Phaup
Sandra Phaup is the writing teacher with the da Vinci Project at Barcroft Elementary School, and Coordinator of Fine Arts for the Gifted, Arlington Public Schools, Virginia. She has taught English and/or art for more than 20 years at the elementary, high school, and college levels in the United States and England. Writing and art are both avocation and vocation for her. She has exhibited artwork and presented topics at national and state conferences related to student learning in writing, economics, and visual and performing arts.


www.artbookscreativity.org [cached]

Sandra Phaup


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