How to Get Your Students Throwing on the Wheel

If your classes are like mine, you have way more students than you have pottery wheels. This can be a problem when determining how to give all of your students an opportunity to try throwing on the wheel. Finding a system to make it work can be difficult. In this video, you will discover a scheduling system allowing all students equal time and opportunity to start throwing on the wheel!

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Do you have throwing wheels in your classroom?

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Abby Schukei

Abby Schukei, a middle school art educator and AOEU’s Social Media Manager, is a former AOEU Writer. She focuses on creating meaningful experiences for her students through technology integration, innovation, and creativity.

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