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Over the past few years I’ve realized that my personal art making has shifted from a personal perspective to be in direct correlation to my teaching practice. The two have greatly enlightened and inspired the direction of the other. Through every student inquiry, I delve deeper into the how and why for them as well as for myself.

Throughout my teaching career, I have gravitated toward research that examined environmental and ecological themes. Moroye describes ecological education as having a “potential for true reform” (p. 1) and suggests ways in which ecological education can transform our “natural, social, and built communities” (Moroye, 2010, p. 2).

I thrive within this realm of potential where discovering more about the environment can deepen understandings of ecological definitions and concepts of place, community, and the shared commons as individuals, artists, educators, and students.

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