Student Series! How the Parthenon Embodies Math & Science

I am celebrating being in Greece this spring break with a few Student Series! blog posts related to the famed civilization of the Aegean Sea. By the way, this student's blog post was mind-blowing math oriented. He was such an amazing student and a great example about how the "STEM" kids could (& should) involve [...]

Our ACIS Greece Itinerary

This spring break I am traveling to Greece with a school trip hosted by ACIS. This is my first time chaperoning a student group tour so I'm pretty nervous but I'm not the teacher in charge soooo it can't be that bad. lol. Plus the trip is free. #winning Here is our itinerary for the [...]

AP Crossover: Picturing the Little Ice Age

Great short article from The Artstor Blog on the Little Ice Age, aka the "polar vortex" of the 17th & 18th centuries. The Little Ice Age is part of the AP World History standards AND the article includes the painting Hunters in the Snow (below) from the AP Art History curriculum. Double win! Read the Artstor article [...]

AP Art History Hunting in Vatican City

Although Vatican City is surrounded by Rome, and therefore Italy, it's technically another country so that's why I have separated it from my post on AP Art History Hunting in Rome. But when you visit Rome you would be dumb to not also do Vatican... Make sure to do your research about visiting the Vatican Museums [...]