- Marziyah Panju, 7 Successful Strategies to Promote Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom, Continuum, London, 2008.
- Novel: Ronia the Robber’s Daughter , Astrid Lindgren.
Glossary of Terms
Plant or animal that has been produced from two different types of plant or animal, especially to get better characteristics. Something that is a mixture of two very different things.
Monoprinting is a form of printmaking that has lines or images that can only be made once, unlike most printmaking, which allows for multiple originals. There are many techniques of mono-printing. Examples of standard printmaking techniques which can be used to make monoprints include lithography, woodcut, and etching.
A pollinator is an animal that moves pollen from the male anther of a flower to the female stigma of a flower. This helps to bring about fertilization of the ovules in the flower by the male gametes from the pollen grains.
Acknowledgements and colophon
This publication was supported by the Creative Ireland Program.
We are grateful to the team of Curious Minds, in particular Clare Breen and Colm O’Neill for their commitment and dedication to this project. To artists Laura Ni Fhlaibín, Clare Breen, David Begley, and Orla Bates for willing to share their expertise in Art education.
We have to express our profound appreciation to Liz Burns, Arts Officer of Wexford County Council, and to Catherine Bowe, Visual Arts Manager of Wexford Arts Centre. Without their continued support this project would have never become a reality.
We are also thankful for the ideas, suggestions and views expressed by all the teachers, artists, and other professionals that we interviewed and/or with whom we discussed the ideas for these booklets. Your advise was invaluable.
Thank you as well to Oisín O’Connel, for his comments on earlier versions of the booklets.
Any errors are own and should not tarnish the reputation of any of the artists and other professionals involved in the project.
Curious minds is: Karla Sanchez, Els Dievorst, Clare Breen, Orla Bates, Laura Ní Fhaibhín, David Begley and Colm O’Neill.
All images and illustrations are by Clare Breen and are all licenced CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
Fonts in use are: Fredoka One by by Milena Brandao (Open Font License) and HK Grotesk by Alfredo Marco Pradil (SIL Open Font License 1.1)